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Program of maintaining banking account information system using inheritance

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Write a program that accepts customer account information

1) Customer Name
2) Account Number
3) Account Type

and provides below operations on customer account

1) Deposit
2) Withdraw
3) Display Balance
4) Display full account details

using inheritance.

Code for Program of maintaining banking account information system using inheritance in C++ Programming


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

class account
{
  char cust_name[20];
  int  acc_no;
  char acc_type[20];
public:
   void get_accinfo()
   {
       cout<<"\n\nEnter Customer Name :- ";
       cin>>cust_name;
       cout<<"Enter Account Number :- ";
       cin>>acc_no;
       cout<<"Enter Account Type :- ";
       cin>>acc_type;
   }
   void display_accinfo()
   {
       cout<<"\n\nCustomer Name :- "<<cust_name;
       cout<<"\nAccount Number :- "<<acc_no;
       cout<<"\nAccount Type :- "<<acc_type;
   }
};

class cur_acct : public account
{
staticfloat balance;
  public:
    void disp_currbal()
    {
      cout<<"\nBalance :- "<<balance;
    }
    void deposit_currbal()
    {
      float deposit;
      cout<<"\nEnter amount to Deposit :- ";
      cin>>deposit;
      balance = balance + deposit;
    }
    void withdraw_currbal()
    {
      float penalty,withdraw;
      cout<<"\n\nBalance :- "<<balance;
      cout<<"\nEnter amount to be withdraw :-";
      cin>>withdraw;
      balance=balance-withdraw;
      if(balance < 500)
      {
      penalty=(500-balance)/10;
      balance=balance-penalty;
      cout<<"\nBalance after deducting penalty : "<<balance;
      }
      elseif(withdraw > balance)
      {
      cout<<"\n\nYou have to take permission for Bank Overdraft Facility\n";
      balance=balance+withdraw;
      }
      else
      cout<<"\nAfter Withdrawl your Balance revels : "<<balance;
     }
};

class sav_acct : public account
{
staticfloat savbal;
  public:
     void disp_savbal()
    {
      cout<<"\nBalance :- "<<savbal;
    }
    void deposit_savbal()
    {
      float deposit,interest;
      cout<<"\nEnter amount to Deposit :- ";
      cin>>deposit;
      savbal = savbal + deposit;
      interest=(savbal*2)/100;
      savbal=savbal+interest;
    }
    void withdraw_savbal()
    {
      float withdraw;
      cout<<"\nBalance :- "<<savbal;
      cout<<"\nEnter amount to be withdraw :-";
      cin>>withdraw;
      savbal=savbal-withdraw;
      if(withdraw > savbal)
      {
      cout<<"\n\nYou have to take permission for Bank Overdraft Facility\n";
      savbal=savbal+withdraw;
      }
      else
      cout<<"\nAfter Withdrawl your Balance revels : "<<savbal;
     }
};


float cur_acct :: balance;
float sav_acct  :: savbal;


void main()
{
 clrscr();
 cur_acct c1;
 sav_acct s1;

 cout<<"\nEnter S for saving customer and C for current a/c customer\n\n";
 char type;
 cin>>type;

 int choice;

   if(type=='s' || type=='S')
     {
       s1.get_accinfo();
       while(1)
       {
     clrscr();
     cout<<"\nChoose Your Choice\n";
     cout<<"1)   Deposit\n";
     cout<<"2)   Withdraw\n";
     cout<<"3)   Display Balance\n";
     cout<<"4)   Display with full Details\n";
     cout<<"5)   Exit\n";
     cout<<"6)   Choose Your choice:-";
     cin>>choice;
     switch(choice)
     {
       case 1 : s1.deposit_savbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 2 : s1.withdraw_savbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 3 : s1.disp_savbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 4 : s1.display_accinfo();
            s1.disp_savbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 5 : goto end;
       default: cout<<"\n\nEntered choice is invalid,\"TRY AGAIN\"";
     }
       }
     }
    else
     {
       {
       c1.get_accinfo();
       while(1)
       {
     cout<<"\nChoose Your Choice\n";
     cout<<"1)   Deposit\n";
     cout<<"2)   Withdraw\n";
     cout<<"3)   Display Balance\n";
     cout<<"4)   Display with full Details\n";
     cout<<"5)   Exit\n";
     cout<<"6)   Choose Your choice:-";
     cin>>choice;
     switch(choice)
     {
       case 1 : c1.deposit_currbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 2 : c1.withdraw_currbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 3 : c1.disp_currbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 4 : c1.display_accinfo();
            c1.disp_currbal();
            getch();
            break;
       case 5 : goto end;
       default: cout<<"\n\nEntered choice is invalid,\"TRY AGAIN\"";
     }
       }
     }
end:
}
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Olive Valencia from Philippines Comment on: Sep 22
can you convert this to C?

Hafiz Yusof from Malaysia Comment on: Jul 09
this code wont work can you fix it....and are the syntax is correct for the coding

Jacob Fitzhugh from United States Comment on: Apr 16
This code doesn't work...

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