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The objective of this assignment is to demonstrate an ability to implement inheritance, composition,

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The objective of this assignment is to demonstrate an ability to implement inheritance, composition, and overloaded operators in a program.  This program leverages many of the concepts that you have learned in this class and combines them into a professional-style program.

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Classes are getting to be more realistic with each programming assignment. This assignment includes the valuable aspect of inheritance to facilitate reuse of code and operator overloading to allow the usage of familiar operators tailored specifically to the Person, Student, and Faculty classes. Composition is also demonstrated in the use of a Course class that contains objects of the Student and Faculty classes.

You are working in the IT department for a university and have been tasked with developing an application that will manage the registration process, which involves the creation of a course, the enrollment of students in the course, and the assignment of faculty members to teach the course.  

You will need to create several classes to maintain this information:  

Course, Person, Student, Faculty, and Date.

The characteristics of Students and Faculty are shown below:

Students: Faculty:

ID (string) ID (string)

First Name (string) First Name (string)

Last Name (string) Last Name (string)

Birthdate (Date) Birthdate (Date)

Date enrolled (Date) Date hired (Date)

Major (string) Title (string)

Level (string) (i.e. Freshman, Sophomore…) Rank (string)

 GPA (double) Salary (double)

 

Several of the data members above require the use of dates.  Strings will not be acceptable substitutes for date fields. 

C++ does not have a built in data type for Date.  Therefore, you may use this Date class in your program:

#pragma once

#include <iostream>

#include <cstdlib>

#include <cctype>

class Date{

friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream&, Date);

public:

Date(int d=0, int m=0, int yyyy=0) {

setDate(d, m, yyyy);

}

~Date() {}

void setDate(int  d, int m, int yyyy){

day = d;

month = m;

year = yyyy;

}

private:

int day;

int month;

int year;

};

std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& output, Date d){

output << d.month << "/" << d.day << "/" << d.year;

return output;

}

 

Person class (base class)

The Person class should contain data members that are common to both Students and Faculty.

Write appropriate member functions to store and retrieve information in the member variables above.  Be sure to include a constructor and destructor.

Student class and Faculty class. (derived classes) 

Both the Student and Faculty classes should be derived from the Person class. Each should have the member variables shown above that are unique to each class.  The data members that are common to both classes should be inherited from the Person class.

In each derived class, the << operator should be overloaded to output, neatly formatted, all of the information associated with a student or faculty member.

The < operator should be overloaded in the Student class to enable sorting of the vector of Student objects that will exist in the Course class.   You will use the sort function to sort this vector.  The sort function is part of the <algorithm> library.

Write member functions to store and retrieve information in the appropriate member variables.  Be sure to include a constructor and destructor in each derived class.

 

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