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HW5 - Solutions

HW5 - Solutions - HW#5Solutions Problem1[90points/Solution...

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EC327 Introduction to Software Engineering HW #5 Solutions Problem 1 [90 points] //Solution to EC327, HW5 //Jiaxi Jin #include <stdafx.h> #include <iostream.h> class Error { public : void output() { cout<< "Invalid Input! The number should be larger than zero." <<endl; } }; Error er; class CPoly { public : virtual float perimeter( void ){ return 1;} virtual double area( void ){ return 1;} protected : test = 123; }; class CTriangle: public CPoly { public : CTriangle( float a) { if (a<=0) throw er; length = a; } float perimeter( void ){ return length*3;} double area ( void ){ return length * length * 0.433; } ~CTriangle(){ cout<< "Triangle says goodbye." <<endl; } protected : float length; }; class CSquare: public CPoly { public : CSquare( float a) { if (a<=0) throw er; length = a; } float perimeter( void ){ return length*4; } double area ( void ){ return length * length; } virtual ~CSquare(){ cout<< "Square says goodbye." <<endl; } private : float length; };
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class CCube: private CSquare { public : CCube( float a):CSquare(a){;} float perimeter( void ){ return length*length*length; } double area ( void ){ return length * length; } ~CCube(){ cout<< "Cube says goodbye." <<endl; } }; class CPentagon: public CPoly { public : CPentagon( float a) { if (a<=0) throw er; length = a; } float perimeter( void ){ return length*5;} double area ( void ){ return length * length * 1.72; }
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