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PROGRAM FOR ACCEPTING MEASUREMENTS IN METERS AND FEETS AND SUMMING THEM UP IN THE FORMAT THAT THE USER WISHES

Posted By: Liam Bouchard     Category: C++ Programming     Views: 5463

WRITE A PROGRAM FOR ACCEPTING MEASUREMENTS IN METERS AND FEETS AND SUMMING THEM UP IN THE FORMAT THAT THE USER WISHES.

Code for PROGRAM FOR ACCEPTING MEASUREMENTS IN METERS AND FEETS AND SUMMING THEM UP IN THE FORMAT THAT THE USER WISHES in C++ Programming

#include<iostream.h>
#include<conio.h>

class db;
class dm
{
    float mt;
    float cm;
    public:
        dm()
        {
        //    mt=0.0;//    cm=0.0;
        }
        void getdata()
        {
            cout<<"**** ENTER THE MEASUREMENT IN METERS ****";
            cout<<"\n\n METERS    :";
            cin>>mt;
            cout<<"\n CENTIMETERS :";
            cin>>cm;
            int cms;
            cms=int(cm);  //converting float to intfloat diff;
            diff=cm-float(cms);  //finding the decimal value for roundoffif(diff>=0.5)
                cms++;
            cm=float(cms)/100;   //converting cms to mts
            mt=mt+cm;                //adding those cms to mts
            cout<<"\n THE MEASUREMENT ENTERD IN METERS IS :"<<mt;
        }
        void putdata()    //for displaying the final output
        {
            cout<<"\n\n\nAFTER CONVERSION THE MEASUREMENT IN METERS IS :"<<mt;
            getch();
        }
        friend dm sum(dm,db);  //declaring friend func. for summation in mts.
        friend db sum1(dm,db);  //declaring friend func. for summation in fts.

};


class db
{
    float ft;
    floatin;

    public:
        db()
        {
            ft=0.0;
            in=0.0;
        }
        void getdata()
        {
            cout<<"\n\n\n**** ENTER THE MEASUREMENT IN FEETS ****";
            cout<<"\n FEETS :";
            cin>>ft;
            int fts;
            fts=int(ft);  //converting float to intfloat diff;
            diff=ft-float(fts);  //finding the decimal difference for roundoffif(diff>=0.5)
                fts++;
            cout<<"\n INCHES :";
            cin>>in;
            int inch;
            inch=int(in);  //converting float to int
            diff=in-float(inch);  //finding the dec. difference for roundoffif(diff>=0.5)
                inch++;
            ft=float(fts);
            int rem;
            rem=inch%12; //finding the remaining inches
            inch=inch/12;  //finding if inches can be converted to ft.in=float(inch);
            ft=ft+in;  //adding inches converted to feetin=float(rem)/10;  //converting the diff to decimal
            ft=ft+in;  //adding the diff. in inches to ft.
            cout<<"\n\n THE MEASUREMENT ENTERED IN FEET :"<<ft;
        }
        void putdata()
        {
            cout<<"\n\n\n AFTER CONVERSION THE MEASUREMENT IN FEET IS :"<<ft;
            getch();
        }
        friend dm sum(dm,db);
        friend db sum1(dm,db);
};

dm sum(dm d1,db d2)
{
    dm a;
    d2.ft=d2.ft*(1/3.281);  //converting feet to mts
    a.mt=d1.mt+d2.ft;
    return a;
}

db sum1(dm d1,db d2)
{
    db b;
    d1.mt=d1.mt*3.281;  //converting meters to feet
    b.ft=d2.ft+d1.mt;
    return b;
}

main()
{
    clrscr();
    dm d1,a;
    db d2,b;
    d1.getdata();
    d2.getdata();
    int ans;
    cout<<"\n\n";
    while(1)
    {
        cout<<"ENTER THE FORMAT YOU WANT YOUR ANSWER IN(1 FOR MT./2 FOR FT.):";
        cin>>ans;
        if(ans==1)
            break;
        elseif(ans==2)
            break;
        else
        {
            cout<<"\n INVALID CHOICE ";
            continue;
        }
    }
    if (ans==1)
    {
        a=sum(d1,d2);
        a.putdata();
    }
    else
    {
        b=sum1(d1,d2);
        b.putdata();
    }
}
  
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Liam Bouchard
Liam Bouchard author of PROGRAM FOR ACCEPTING MEASUREMENTS IN METERS AND FEETS AND SUMMING THEM UP IN THE FORMAT THAT THE USER WISHES is from Montreal, Canada.
 
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