Add words in dictionary - c++ program, C/C++ Programming

Add words in Dictionary:

void Dictionary::add( Object& objectToAdd )

{

    if( !objectToAdd.isAssociation() )

        ClassLib_error( __ENOTASSOC );

    else

        Set::add( objectToAdd );

}

 

Association& Dictionary::lookup( const Object& toLookUp ) const

{

    Association toFind( (Object&)toLookUp, NOOBJECT );

    toFind.ownsElements(0);

 

    Association& found = (Association&)findMember( toFind );

    return found;

}

 

 

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