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Final_proj_S09 - Final Project Part 1 Due(11:59 pm...

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Final Project Part 1 Due: April 17, 2009 (11:59 pm submitted electronically) You are asked to develop a solution and design a C++ program to maintain customer, address, and product purchased information using a new class named shopping cart. To make the new class use the classes you designed in the previous assignments or design new ones. 1) Design a class named Customer that declares variables to hold the following data fields about a customer: ID number (8 digit number), Bill amount (float), and name (it may contain several words separated by spaces maximum 25 characters long). 2) Design a class named Address to maintain an address; the data kept is Street address, City, State, and a zip code. 3) You need to design a class that declares variables to hold the following data fields describing an inventory item: Item number (8 digit number), quantity on hand, unit price, and item name (it may contain several words separated by spaces maximum 25 characters long). Use the following data stored in a file to test your program:
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