C++ program using "struct" needs to be switched to "class"

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Hello like I said in the craigslist ad. I am working on a Visual Studio C++ program. The program is for school and it is already compiled. The program works great, however what I need is for the program to include classes. The program would need to incorporated with the classes that I have, currently I am using "struct" instead of "class." The code does not appear to be lengthy since its already written in "struct", and works fine. Basically it needs to be switched from "struct" to "class," however it will need to follow the assignment instructions.

The assignment instructions are the following:


Define a Fraction class similar to the one shown in earlier modules with num and den as its private data. Include a constructor to initialize the fraction to 0/1, a copy constructor, a destructor, and overloading functions to overload the assignment operator =, the comparison operators <, >, ==, !=, arithmetic operators +, +=, -, -=, *, *=, /, /=, as well as friend functions (non-member) to overload << and >> to output and input a fraction (see book example). Also, include a private member function called reduce() that gets called after arithmetic operations to reduce the frraction. +, -, *, / must return the result of the operation; e.g.: the sum or difference of the two fractions. +=, -=, *= and /= must assign the result of the operation to the object that's invoking the operation; i.e.: frac1 += frac2 must modify frac1 to make it equal to the sum of the two fractions, but frac1 + frac2 must simply return the sum.

Define a class called FracList with private members fracPtr, a Fraction pointer and size to hold the size of the array of Fraction objects. Use the List container class developed in the modules as an example. Include constructor, destructor, copy constructor and overload the assignment, insertion (>>) and extraction (<<) operators. the [] operators for accessing array elements (both as lvalue and rvalue - see the example given in last module) and relational operators <, >, ==, and !=. For < and >, compare the size of the two FracList objects and for == and != see if they're identical with identical array elements. Also, include two resize() member function to resize the list, one keeping the existing vales and one without keeping old values (see the List example). Also, include a sort and binary search function (see the example).

In main, create two FracList objects, ask the user how many elements to allocate for each list, read as many Fraction objects from the keyboard as specified by the user into each (using >> operator). Sort both lists using the sort member function and display them; and then search for a value read from the user in both lists and print the index of the first occurrence or that it could not be found in either list.

Example run of the program:

Enter size of first fraction list: 5

Enter size of second fraction list: 3

Enter 5 fractions for first list: 1/4 1/8 2/3 1/3 1/2

Enter 3 fractions for second list: 3/4 1/5 1/4

Sorted lists:

1/8 1/4 1/3 1/2 2/3

1/5 1/4 3/4

Enter a fraction to search for: 1/4

1/4 was found at index 1 of list 1.


The assignment may seem lengthy but the code already works perfectly, and it executes the right information. What I need you to do is to switch from "struct" to "class." The assignment covers what each "class" should include.

The main code is attached as "Source. cpp." The files "[url removed, login to view]" and "List.h" are part of the "List container class developed in the modules."

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