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Write A C++ Program Based On Object-Oriented Principles (The Program Must Contain One Or More Classes) That Covers At Least The Following Situation.

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Task:1

You Have To Write A Program In C++ That Can Be Used For Staff Holiday Management.

Write A C++ Program Based On Object-Oriented Principles (The Program Must Contain One Or More Classes) That Covers At Least The Following Situation.

 

Initial Situation: 

You Want To Create A Program For The Staff Holiday Management At Your College.

Each Employee Is Entitled To 30 Days Off Per Year.

Employees Who Have Reached The Age Of 50 On 1 January Of The Current Calendar Year Are Entitled To A Holiday Of 32 Days.

The Following Data Of Each Employee Is Stored In The System:

  • Surname
  • First Name
  • Date Of Birth
  • Days Of Holiday Already Taken

When The Program Starts, The "Database" Of The Holiday Management Is Empty, The Data Must First Be Entered.

The Data Must Only Be Available During Runtime (No Permanent Storage Necessary!).

Task:

Create A Program That Covers The Following Situation:

  • Staff Holiday Management For A Maximum Of 500 Employees
  • Creating And Deleting An Employee
  • Entering The Days On Which The Employee Wants To Take A Holiday (Must Be Possible More Than Once)
  • Search For An Employee And Output Of His/Her Data And How Many Remaining Days Of Holiday He/She Has
  • Listing Of All Stored Employee Data

Use Comments In The Source Code To Document Your Program.

Task:

You Are Supposed To Realize A Program For The Management Of Motorbikes In C++.

Initial Situation:

You Are Responsible For The Management Of Motorcycles. Since All Procedures Are Currently Recorded On Paper, You Are To Create A Motorcycle Management Program.

The Employee Shall Be Able To Manage The Customers And Make Reservations Of The Motorbikes. The Customer Can Only Reserve One Motorcycle At A Time. There Are 4 Motorbikes To Choose From: "Suzuki Bandit", "Honda TransAlp", "BMW F 650 GS" And "Kawasaki ZZR1400". Make Sure That A Motorbike Is Not Reserved Twice. When Making The Reservation, The Customer Has To Enter His/Her Name, First Name, Address (Street, Postal Code, City), Year Of Birth, Telephone Number And Whether He/She Has A Class A Driving License. If He/She Does Not Hold An A Driving Licence, No Motorcycle Can Be Reserved. Once The Motorcycle Has Been Handed Over, The Reservation For This Customer Will Be Cancelled. The Current Status Of "Today" Is To Be Written Into The File "Reservations.Txt“.

 

The Program Must At Least Meet The Following Requirements:

Customer Management:

  • Enter Data. The Data Is To Be Collected Via Istream (>>) Operator Overloading.
  • Output All Customer Data. The Output Is To Be Done Via Ostream (<<) Operator Overloading.

You have to write a program in C++ that can be used for staff holiday management.

 

Write a C++ program based on object-oriented principles (the program must contain one or more classes) that covers at least the following situation.

 

 

 

Initial Situation: 

 

You want to create a program for the staff holiday management at your college.

 

Each employee is entitled to 30 days off per year.

 

Employees who have reached the age of 50 on 1 January of the current calendar year are entitled to a holiday of 32 days.

 

The following data of each employee is stored in the system:

 

Surname

First name

Date of birth

Days of holiday already taken

In addition, there should be the following three subclasses, which inherit the properties from the Employee class:

 

HourlyEmployee, from whom the following additional information is stored in the system:

 

Hourly wage

 

Hours worked

SalariedEmployee

 

Annual salary

Manager

 

Profit sharing

When the program starts, the "database" of the holiday management is empty, the data must first be entered.

 

The data must only be available during runtime (no permanent storage necessary!).

 

Task:

 

Create a program that covers the following situation:

 

• Staff holiday management for a maximum of 500 employees (can be HourlyEmployee, SalariedEmployee, Manager)

 

• Creating and deleting an employee

 

• Entering the days on which the employee wants to take a holiday (must be possible more than once)

 

• Search for an employee and output of his/her data and how many remaining days of holiday he/she has

 

• Listing of all stored employee data

 

Use comments in the source code to document your program.

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