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Help with a simple program

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  1. Nikidinho

    Nikidinho New Member

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    It is in the booking system of the railways. I have to create a module that accepts the details of a passenger and checks whether the ticket has been confirmed or is in the waiting list. The module then prints the the list of confirmed passengers. Declare a class "Ticket", which consists of three member functions, "booking ()", "status ()" and "print ()" Thanks for any help!
     
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    well why dont you try your hand at making it and if you have a problem post the code you have and we can help you out with it ^^.
     
  3. Nikidinho

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    Ohk I'll try =P
    Code:
    #include <iostream.h>
    Class Ticket
    public:
    
    void booking ()
    {
    cout<<"Tickets Booked"<<endl;
    }
    void status ()
    {
    cout<<"Reserved"<<endl;
    }
    void print ()
    {
    cout<<"Happy Journey";
    }
    };
    
    Can any of you guys please tell me my mistakes? Thanks =P
     
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    That's not much of a try...
    Which part are you stuck on? What don't you know how to do?
    Are you hoping we'll write the program for you?
     
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    No I'm not... I'm learning C++ from a book and this was an exercise which was given at the end of the chapter. The only example they gave was a much more simple program, so this is all I know :(
     
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    It may be a good idea then to shelve this project until you've worked though a lot more of the book.
    Which book is it and what chapter? It seems odd they would give such a complex exercise having only shown you how to write a function header.
     
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    Ohk thanks for your advice :happy:
    It is Programming Using C++ from NIIT and it's chapter two.
     

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