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1. Define a class named square which has private data member length as integer type. A member method set_length() is used to set the length of an object. To calculate the area of the square, a method named area() is used to take a square object as a parameter and returns the area of the object. Now create an object of square class, then set the length of the object and show the area as output. 2. Create a class named Employees with private attributes Name and Salary. Implement a constructor , to initialize and print the values of these data members when an object of the class is created. Implement a destructor, which should print the message "Bye Bye Employee!!" when an object of the class is destroyed. 3. Suppose you have an account in SIBL bank. You have account_no, balance as public data. You can deposit and withdraw from the account. Now use a constructor to initialize the information. And implement appropriate functions. 4. Design a class named Geometry that contains functions for calculating the area of various shapes, such as circles, rectangles, and triangles. Utilize function overloading to create different versions of the area calculation functions that accept different sets of parameters, allowing users to input dimensions or specific details as needed. 5. Implement a class Book with a default constructor that sets default values for the title, author, and publication year. Overload the constructor to allow the user to specify these values.
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