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Covers the Fraction class and Operator overloading.
Intermediate Programming
Will Rosenbaum
Class Notes
programming, c++




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This 9 page Class Notes was uploaded by bloodiris0312 on Tuesday April 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 10B at University of California - Los Angeles taught by Will Rosenbaum in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Intermediate Programming in Professional Instrument Courses at University of California - Los Angeles.

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Date Created: 04/05/16
PIC10B Notes  L1 3.28  S1 3.29  L2 3.30  Fraction.h  fraction.cpp  fraction_example.cpp  S2 3.31  Common overloaded operators          L1 3.28  Will Rosenbaum MS6603  Cover roughly Big C++ Chapter 8~16  Midterms: April 18 and May 13  Homework: Fridays @1700  through CCLE, lowest HW dropped  /20  5  code compiles, proper input  5 properly comment  10 solves problem in assigned manner  Prove the limitations of doubles.    S1 3.29   Andre Pradhana  Create Point3D and a RANDOM_WALKER class and implement it.            L2 3.30  Tentative Office Hours: M 15 - 16  W 12 - 13 @MS6603  Create Fraction class and implement it.  Fraction.h    fraction.cpp      fraction_example.cpp    S2 3.31  Common overloaded operators  Assignment =  Compound assignment += -= *= /=  Binary arithmetic operato + - * /  Tip: make compound assignment overloading first to make binary arithmetic overloading easier.  In the Point3D class:       


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