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PRG 218 Week 4 Individual: Coding: Classes and Objects

PRG 218 Week 4 Individual: Coding: Classes and Objects
 

Resources:

 

 

 

“Challenge: Ask For a User’s Favorite Movies” in Lesson 4, “Classes and Objects,” of the Lynda.com® course Learning C++ with Peggy Fisher
 

 

“Solution: Ask For a User’s Favorite Movies” in Lesson 4, “Classes and Objects,” of the Lynda.com® course Learning C++ with Peggy Fisher
 

 

 

Review the video “Challenge: Ask For a User’s Favorite Movies” in Lesson 4, “Classes and Objects,” of the Lynda.com® course Learning C++ with Peggy Fisher. Take notes on the program requirements.

Create a MyMovie class along with a main program that prompts a user with questions about his or her favorite movies, places the user’s answers in an array, and then applies content from the array to the creation of MyMovie objects. Create a single C++ project (favoriteMovies) containing three interrelated files (favoriteMovies.cpp, Movie.cpp, and Movie.h) as follows:

 

 

 

Create a new project In Visual Studio® named favoriteMovies.
 

 

Type in the code for favoriteMovies.cpp. You may begin with the example favoriteMovies.cpp file located in Lynda.com® example, if you like.
 

 

From the Visual Studio® main menu, choose Project Add Class, then choose Visual C++ and click the Add button.
 

 

In the “Generic C++ Class Wizard” dialog, type MyMovie as the class name. Then, for the .h file and .cpp file fields, type Movie.h and Movie.cpp, respectively. Click the Finish button.
 

 

Type the Movie.h and Movie.cpp code into each of these files.
 

 

From the main menu, choose Debug Start Without Debugging, and build/debug/run as usual.
 

 

 

After you have created your version of the program, view the solution provided in the video “Solution: Ask For a User’s Favorite Movies” in Lesson 4, “Classes and Objects,” of the Lynda.com® course Learning C++ with Peggy Fisher. Sample source code is also available in the Exercise Files linked in Lynda.com® course.

Note: To earn full credit for this assignment, the source code you submit must differ from the sample source code in the following ways:

 

 

 

It must be structured differently, with different variable names and control flow
 

 

Or, if it is structured in a similar fashion, the following changes must be included: 

 

 

 

The program must accept movies that were released between 1950 and 2017
 

 

The Movie class must be named MyMovie
 

 

The comments header of each file must include your name as the author and “Week 4” as the date
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

Zip the three source files into a single ZIP file named PRG218_Week4_YourName.zip.

Submit your ZIP file using the Assignment Files tab.

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