Hello, can someone help me write this C++ program:
An array can be used to store large integers one digit at a time. For example, the integer 1234 could be stored in the array a by setting a to 11,
a to 2, a to 3, and a to 4. However, for this project, you might find it easier to store the digits backward, that is, place 4 in ,
place 3 in a, place 2 in a, and 1 in a;
Design, implement, and test a class in which each object is a larger integer with each digit stored in a separate element of an array.
You'll also need a private member variable to keep track of the sign of the integer (perhaps a boolean variable).
The number of digits may grow as the program runs, so that the class must use a dynamic array.