Accounts, C/C++ Programming

Write a program to process bank accounts. Create a base class named Account and two derived classes named Savings and Checking. In the base class, use an int AccountNum and a double balance for data members. Also, create an overloaded operator+= function to do deposit and an overloaded operator-= function to do withdraw. The printBalance function is created to print both savings and checking accounts. The account number of new account is automatically generated by the program beginning at account number one.

here is what I have started

#include
#include
#include

using namespace std;

int main()
{
vector < Checking * > checking(50);
vector < Savings * > savings(50);
int accNumS = 0, accNumC=0;
double bal = 0, amt = 0
int choice

do{
cout<<"Enter one of the following:";
cout<<"1) Create a new Checking Account";
cout<<"2) Create a new Savings Account";
cout<<"3) Make a Deposit for Checking Accoutn(s)";
cout<<"4) Make a Withdrawl for Checking Account(s)";
cout<<"5) Make a Deposit for Savings Account(s)";
cout<<"6) Make a Withdrawl for Savings Account(s)";
cout<<"7) Display all Accounts";
cout<<"8) Exit";
cout<<"Enter Choice: ";
cin>>choice;
}
switch(choice){

case 1:
cout<<"Enter Balance for Account # "< cin >> bal;
checking[accNumC] = new Checking(accNumC+1, bal);
break

case 2:
cout<<"Enter Balance for Account # "< cin >> bal;
savings(accNumS) = new Savings(accNumS+1, bal);
break

case 3:
cout << "Which Checking Account: ";
cin >> acct;
cout <<"Amount of Deposit: ";
cin >> amt ;
(*checking [acct-1]) += amt;
break

case 4:
cout << "Which Checking Account"
cin >> acct;
cout <<"Amount of Withdrawl: "
cin >> amt;
(*savings[acct-1]) -= amt;
break

case 5:
cout << "Which Savings Account: ";
cin >> acct;
cout <<"Amount of Deposit: ";
cin >> amt ;
(*savings [acct-1]) += amt;
break

case 6:
cout <<"Which Savings Account"
cin >> acct;
cout <<"Amount of Withdrawl: ";
cin >> amt ;
(*savings [acct-1]) -= amt;
break

case 7:
Account::print;
break

case 8:
break;

default:cout<"Invalid choice";
break;
}
while(choice != 8);

}
Posted Date: 11/16/2012 7:18:16 AM | Location : United States







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