GradeBook Class with switch Statement to Count A, B, C, D and F Grades

This next version of the GradeBook class asks the user to enter a set of letter grades, then displays a summary of the number of students who received each grade. The class uses a switch to determine whether each grade entered is an A, B, C, D or F and to increment the appropriate grade counter. Class GradeBook is defined in Fig. 5.9, and its member-function definitions appear in Fig. 5.10. Figure 5.11 shows sample inputs and outputs of the main program that uses class GradeBook to process a set of grades.

 1   // Fig. 5.9: GradeBook.h 2   // GradeBook class definition that counts letter grades. 3   // Member functions are defined in GradeBook.cpp ...

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