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Program for Banking Application

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Define a class to represent a bank account. Include the following members:

Data Members
1 Name of the depositor
2 Account Number
3 Type of account
4 Balance amount in the account

Member function
1 To assign initial values
2 To deposit an amount
3 To withdraw an amount after checking the balance
4 To display name and Balance

write a main program to test the program.

Code for Program for Banking Application in C++ Programming

/*www.DailyFreeCode.comDownload Projects, Sourcecodes, Tips and Tricks, Interview FAQs, Hotlinks and more....Logon to www.DailyFreeCode.com*//*Define a class to represent a bank account. Include the followingmembers:Data Members1    Name of the depositor2    Account Number3    Type of account4    Balance amount in the accountMember function1    To assign initial values2    To deposit an amount3    To withdraw an amount after checking the balance4    To display name and Balancewrite a main program to test the program.   */

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

class    bank
char name[20];
int acno;
char actype[20];
int bal;
public :
void opbal(void);
void deposit(void);
void withdraw(void);
void display(void);

void bank :: opbal(void)
cout<<"Enter Name :-";
cout<<"Enter A/c no. :-";
cout<<"Enter A/c Type :-";
cout<<"Enter Opening Balance:-";

void bank :: deposit(void)
cout<<"Enter Deposit amount :-";
int deposit=0;
cout<<"\nDeposit Balance = "<<deposit;

void bank :: withdraw(void)
int withdraw;
cout<<"\nBalance Amount = "<<bal;
cout<<"\nEnter Withdraw Amount :-";
cout<<"After Withdraw Balance is "<<bal;

void  bank :: display(void)
cout<<setw(50)<<"name      "<<name<<endl;
cout<<setw(50)<<"A/c. No.     "<<acno<<endl;
cout<<setw(50)<<"A/c Type      "<<actype<<endl;
cout<<setw(50)<<"Balance     "<<bal<<endl;

void main()
bank o1;
int choice;
           cout<<"\n\nChoice List\n\n";
           cout<<"1)  To assign Initial Value\n";
         cout<<"2)  To Deposit\n";
         cout<<"3)  To Withdraw\n";
         cout<<"4)  To Display All Details\n";
         cout<<"5)  EXIT\n";
         cout<<"Enter your choice :-";
         case 1: o1.opbal();
         case 2: o1.deposit();
           case 3: o1.withdraw();
         case 4: o1.display();
            case 5: goto end;

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Ajay Goyal from Austria Comment on: Oct 17
why you write void in the last of opbal, deposite,etc

PARHAI MARING from India Comment on: Sep 29
I think the Programme doesn't work at Turbo C++, pops up the message as " Error Directive: Use C++ for the type iostream" , Can you solve me this....

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