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#include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; class Person { protected: string name; int age; public: Person() { name = "John"; age = 99; } Person(string n, int a) { name = n; age = a; } void setName(string n) {name = n;} void setAge(int a) {age = a;} string getName() {return name;} int getAge() {return age;} }; class Student : public Person { private: string major; public: Student() {major = "Computer Science";} Student(string n, int a, string m) : Person(n, a) { major = m; } void setMajor(string m) {major = m;} string getMajor() {return major;} void Display() { cout << "Student Name" << Person::name << endl; cout << "Student age: " << age << endl;
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