lab11 - // File Shell2 //Lab 2 //CIS 150-001 //Tom Nanke...

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Unformatted text preview: // File Shell2 //Lab 2 //CIS 150-001 //Tom Nanke //Unfortunately, my program does not spit out the right numbers. Please look at //my comments in my main function; there I explain what I was trying to do and //what I just simply wasn't understanding. / #include<iostream> # using namespace std; u class Distance { public: int feet; int yards; int miles; long FeetAre()const; long YardsAre()const; long MilesAre(); Distance AddDistance(Distance) const; Distance ConvertYards(int); Distance ConvertFeet(int); void PrintDistance(); void Initialize(int, int, int); int MilesPerHour(long); }; } //************ Member functions for Distance ******** / long Distance::FeetAre() const // Post: Member feet is returned. { return feet; } long Distance::YardsAre() const // Post: Member yards is returned. { return yards; } long Distance::MilesAre() // Post: Member miles is returned. { return miles; } Distance Distance::AddDistance (Distance distance1) const // Post: Result of adding two instances of Distance...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course CECS CIS 150 taught by Professor L.tsui during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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lab11 - // File Shell2 //Lab 2 //CIS 150-001 //Tom Nanke...

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