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# disc 9 notes - Cat*pKitty2 = new Cat(10*pKitty.meow/same as...

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Discussion 9 Output 1 Kitty 1 is 1 years old Kitty 2 is 3 years old Meow! //Member functions class Cat { public: Cat(); Cat(int initAge); int m_age; //member variables void meow(); }; void Cat::meow() { cout << "Meow!" << endl; m_age++; } //constructor Cat::Cat() { setAge(0); cout << "A cat's born"; } // //destructor //deleting a cat Cat *p1 = n32 Cat; delete p1; Cat::Cat(int initAge) { Cat(); setAge(initAge); } //modifier void Cat::setAge(int newAge) { //set m_age only if // 0 <= newAge <= 100

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m_age = newAge } int main() { Cat kitty1; //calls the default one Cat kitty2(2);//calls the second cat function Cat *p1 = new Cat(2); //Dynamic Allocation Cat *pKitty = new Cat;
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Unformatted text preview: Cat *pKitty2 = new Cat(10); (*pKitty).meow(); //same as the next line. It calls the meow function on the cat that pkitty points to pKitty->meow(); } class SomeOtherClass { public: ... void someFunction(Cat* cp); }; class Cat { public: ... void someCatFunction(); }; void Cat::someCatFunction() { SomeOtherClass soc; soc.someFunction(this); } //global function void printCat(Cat *p) { cout << p->age(); //arrow because p is a pointer } //Let's say you want to use the global function printCat inside a member function void Cat::printMe { printCat(this); } in the valley, robot points to itself //...
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disc 9 notes - Cat*pKitty2 = new Cat(10*pKitty.meow/same as...

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