We are now ready to begin implementing the ATM system. We first convert the classes in the diagrams of Fig. 23.1 and Fig. 23.2 into C++ header files. This code will represent the “skeleton” of the system. In Section 23.3, we modify the header files to incorporate the object-oriented concept of inheritance. In Section 23.4, we present the complete working C++ code for our model.
As an example, we begin to develop the header file for class
Withdrawal from our design of class
Withdrawal in Fig. 23.1. We use this figure to determine the attributes and operations of the class. We use the UML model in Fig. 23.2 to determine the associations among classes. We follow the following five guidelines for each ...