Sunday 9 December 2018

CS304 - Object Oriented Programming Fall 2018 Assignment No. 01 Solution

Leave a Comment


Problem Statement:
We have the following part of class diagram showing aggregation relationship:

CS304 - Object Oriented Programming  Fall 2018 Assignment No. 01 Solution

You are required to implement above class diagram (complete program) in C++ with all data members, constructors, member functions and concept (aggregation) given in the class diagram/table 


Class Name
Functions

Grocery Home
-Default constructor



Fruit Store
-Default constructor

Grocery Store
-Default constructor


Dairy Store
-Default constructor


Apple
-Default constructor


Grapes
-Default constructor


Guava
-Default constructor


Tetra Milk
-Default constructor


Whitener
-Default constructor


Cream
-Default constructor


Cooking Oil
-Default constructor


Rice
-Default constructor


Flour
-Default constructor




Solution or Download.cpp

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
class Apple{
 public:
 Apple(){
  cout<<"Apple Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class Grapes{
 public:
 Grapes(){
  cout<<"Grapes Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class Guava{
 public:
 Guava(){
  cout<<"Guava Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class FruitStore{
 Apple a;
 Grapes g;
 Guava gv;
 public:
  FruitStore(){
   cout<<"\nFruit Store Constructor called\n\n";
   
  }
};
class CookingOil{
 public:
 CookingOil(){
  cout<<"Cooking Oil Constructor called\n";
 }
}; 
class Rice{
 public:
 Rice(){
  cout<<"Rice Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class Flour{
 public:
 Flour(){
  cout<<"Flour Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class GroceryStore{
 CookingOil c;
 Rice r;
 Flour f;
 public:
 GroceryStore(){
 cout<<"\nGrocery Store Constructor called\n\n";
 
 }
};
class TetraMilk{
 public:
 TetraMilk(){
  cout<<"Tetra Milk Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class Whitener{
 public:
 Whitener(){
  cout<<"Whitener Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class Cream{
 public:
 Cream(){
  cout<<"Cream Constructor called\n";
 }
};
class DairyStore{
 TetraMilk t;
 Whitener w;
 Cream c;
 public:
 DairyStore(){
  cout<<"\nDairy Store Constructor called\n\n";
  
 }
};
class GroceryHome{
 FruitStore f;
 GroceryStore g;
 DairyStore d;
 public:
  GroceryHome(){
   cout<<"Grocery Home Constructor called\n\n";
  }
};

main(){
 GroceryHome g;
 
}
If You Enjoyed This, Take 5 Seconds To Share It

0 Questions: