Computer Science II Laboratory One
Redefine CDAccount from Display 10.1 to be a class rather than structure. Use the same member variables as in Display 10.1 but make them private. Include member functions for each of the following：
to return initial balance
to return balance at maturity
to return interest rate
to return the term
constructor to set all the member variables to any specified values
input function (istream&);
output function (ostream&);
Embed your class definition in a test program. Sample output:
CD Account interest rate: 10
CD Account initial balance: 100
CD Account balance at maturity is: 105 CD Account term is: 6 months
when your CD matures in 6 months it will have a balance of 105.00
Enter CD initial balance, interest rate, and term: 200
CD Account interest rate: 10.00
CD Account initial balance: 200.00
CD Account balance at maturity is: 220.00 CD Account term is: 12 months
when your CD matures in 12 months it will have a balance of 220.00
Problem Description: SavingsAccount
Develop a C++ class declaration called SavingsAccount class that allows user to input initial values of dollars and cents and then asks for deposits and withdrawals. The class should include the following information:
Operations (Member Functions)
Default constructor that sets both dollars and cents to
The constructor has 2 parameters that set dollars and cents to the indicated
Open account (with an initial deposit). This is called to put initial values in dollars and cents.
Make a deposit. A function that will add value to dollars and cents
Make a withdrawal. A function that will subtract values form dollars and
Show current balance. A function that will print dollars and cents. Give the implementation code for all the member
Data (Member Data)
Have the code generate two objects:
bank1: has its values set during definition by the user
bank2: uses the default
Have the code input deposit and withdraws for both bank1 and bank 2.
Note: you must perform normalization in cents. This means that if cents is 100 or more, it must increment dollars by the appropriate amount.
If cents is 234, then dollars must be increased by 2 and cents reduced to 34.
Write code that will create an object called bank1. The code will ten initially place $200.50 in the account. The code will deposit $40.50 and then withdraw $100.98. It will print out the final value of dollars and cents.
The following output should be produced:
dollars = 140 cents = 2
Post-Lab: Employee Class
Write a class named Employee that has the following member variables:
A string that holds the employee’s name.
An int variable that holds the employee’s ID number.
A string that holds the name of the department where the employee works.
A string that holds the employee’s job title.
The class should have the following constructors:
A constructor that accepts the following values as arguments and assigns them to the appropriate member variables: employee’s name, employee’s ID number, department, and
A constructor that accepts the following values as arguments and assigns them to the appropriate member variables: employee’s name and ID number. The department and position fields should be assigned an empty string ("").
A default constructor that assigns empty strings ("") to the name, department, and position member variables, and 0 to the idNumber member
Write appropriate mutator functions that store values in these member variables and accessor functions that return the values in these member variables. Once you have written the class, write a separate program that creates three Employee objects to hold the following data.
The program should store this data in the three objects and then display the data for each employee on the screen
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