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Assignment No. 04 Total Marks: 20
Semester: Spring 2015
CS304: Object Oriented Programming Due Date: 17/08/2015

Instructions:

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.exe file, no reward will be given in any case.

Objective:

The objective of this assignment is to provide hands on experience of:

Inheritance

Generic Programming Polymorphism

Guidelines:

Code should be properly indented and well commented.

Follow C/C++ guide lines while writing variable names & function names etc. Use only Dev-C++ for this assignment.

For any query about the assignment, contact at cs304@vu.edu.pk

Assignment

Problem Statement:

In this assignment, write a generic code that will work for all data types. You are required to write a template function named add() in your program. This function will take two arguments of template type that will add these passed parameters and return the result of addition. i.e.

template

T add (T value1, T value2)

Within main() function, you are required to call the template function add() for int, float and Complex types. Now, display the result of all these functions.

int v1 = 5, v2 = 6 ; float x = 2.3, y = 3.5 ;

Complex c1(2, 3), c2(2, 3), t ;

Note: For complex numbers, you will have to create a user defined type.

Sample output of the program:

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jo ke wrong solve hai 

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#include

#include
using namespace std;
template
T add(T value1, T value2)
{
return (value1+value2);
}
class Complex
{
public:
double real,img;
Complex(): real(0.0), img(0.0) {}
Complex (double real, double img):real(real), img(img) {}
double getre() const {return real;}
double getimg() const {return img;}
friend Complex operator +(const Complex&, const Complex&);
};
Complex operator +(const Complex& value1, const Complex& value2)
{
double r, i;
r = value1.getre() + value2.getre();
i = value1.getimg() + value2.getimg();
return Complex(r,i);
}
int main()
{
int v1 = 5, v2 = 6 ;
float x = 2.3, y = 3.5 ;
Complex c1(2, 3), c2(2, 3), t ;
cout"Addition of the Integers: "/p>

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#include
#include
using namespace std;
template
T add(T value1, T value2)
{
return (value1+value2);
}
class Complex
{
public:
double real,img;
Complex(): real(0.0), img(0.0) {}
Complex (double real, double img):real(real), img(img) {}
double getre() const {return real;}
double getimg() const {return img;}
friend Complex operator +(const Complex&, const Complex&);
};
Complex operator +(const Complex& value1, const Complex& value2)
{
double r, i;
r = value1.getre() + value2.getre();
i = value1.getimg() + value2.getimg();
return Complex(r,i);
}
int main()
{
int v1 = 5, v2 = 6 ;
float x = 2.3, y = 3.5 ;
Complex c1(2, 3), c2(2, 3), t ;
cout"Addition of the Integers: ";add(v1,v2)'\n';
cout"Addition of the Float: "add(x,y)'\n';
t = add(c1, c2);
cout"Addition of Complex Numbers : Real Part :"t.real'\t'"Imaginary Part :"t.imgendl;
system("PAUSE");
}

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