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Sheet1 Page 1 // class definition #include <cmath> class rectangle { private: double length double width public: static int howmany //how many rectangles rectangle() //default constructor. rectangle(double, double) //copy constructor ~rectangle() //destructor void setLength(double) void setWidth(double) void setDimensions(double, double) double getLength() double getWidth() double getArea() double getPerimeter() double getH() } // class implementation rectangle::rectangle() { length = 0.0 width = 0.0 howmany++ } rectangle::rectangle(double len, double wid) { length = len width = wid howmany++ //OR setDimensions(len,wid) }
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course COMP 220 taught by Professor Muldrow during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Long Beach.

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