So far I have this as my main

#include <string>
#include <iostream>
# include <fstream>
#include "money.h"

using namespace std;

int main ()
  
{
  
  ifstream infile;
  ifstream outfile;
  
  infile.open ("transaction.dat");
  
  int precision = 6;
  int width = 20;
  
  if (infile.fail ())
    
    {
      
      cout << "Opening input failed" << endl;
      
    }  
  
  
  int holds, holdd, holdw, holdc;
  
  
  for (int i=0; i<100; i++)
    
    {
      
      long dollars;
      int cents;
      
      char account_type, transaction_type;
      
      infile >> dollars >> cents >> account_type >> transaction_type;
      
      //if test(account_type == s ||account_type == c)
      
      char withdraw [100];
      
      char deposit [100];
      
      if (transaction_type == 'w')
	
	{
	  
	  withdraw [100] = 'w';
	  
	}
      
      else
	
	{
	  
	  deposit [100] = 'd';
	  
	}
      
    }
  
  return 0;
  
}

and my inplementation of my .h file is...

//Author: Aaron Reisinger
//Name: Money.cpp
//Description: Adds and stores two amounts and outputs the sum.
//Date:3/23/2010

#include "money.h"

money money:: add (money m1, money m2)

{

  money sum (0,0);

  sum.all_cents = m1.all_cents + m2.all_cents;

  return sum;

}

money:: money ()

{

  dollars = cents = all_cents=0;

}

money:: money (long d, int c)

{

  dollars = d;
  cents = c;
  all_cents = d * 100 + c;

}

double money:: get_value()

{

  return all_cents;

}


void money:: collect_data()

{
  cout << "How many dollars do you have?: ";
  cin >> dollars;

  cout << "How many cents do you have?: ";
  cin >> cents;

  all_cents = dollars * 100 + cents;

}


void money:: output ()

{

  cout << "$ " << all_cents << endl;

}

and my .h file is...

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

class money

{

 public:

  money ();
  //default empty constructor.
  //initialize all private data properly.

  money (long d, int c);
  //constructor assigning private data.

  money (long d, int c, char type, char transaction);
  //constructor assigning private data.

  money (long all_cents);  
  //assign dollars, cents and all_cents.

  money add (money m1, money m2);
  //add the total amount of each money and return a new object containing this value.

  void output ();
  //show amounts of this object.

  void collect_data ();
  //collect dollars and cents and assign all_cents.

  long set_value ();
  //return the value of all_cents.

  double get_value ();


 private:

  char at;  //account type
  char trans; //transaction type

  long dollars;

  int cents;

  double all_cents;

};

what can I do?

Edited 6 Years Ago by WaltP: Added CODE Tags

oh and I also need to take the transaction types and subtract from them to put them into all_cents which will be my final average...

what can I do?

About what? Test the program might be a good idea.

oh and I also need to take the transaction types and subtract from them to put them into all_cents which will be my final average...

So do it? What have you tried? Show us. I'm not looking through 200 lines of code for something as vague as this.

About what? Test the program might be a good idea.


So do it? What have you tried? Show us. I'm not looking through 200 lines of code for something as vague as this.

All I have to do now is take the transactions from the withdrawal and the deposits and add/subtract them until I have a total from the transactions and put them into all_cents

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