Assignment 6.1 [75 points]See also client program, data file, and correct output

Assignment 6.1 [75 points]See also client program, data file, and correct output.This week you’ll be making the following refinements to the class that you wrote in the last assignment. All the requirements from that class are still in force. For example, all MyStrings must always be stored in a dynamic array that is exactly the correct size to store the string. Your score on this assignment will take into consideration your work on both the previous assignment and this assignment.1. Extraction OperatorJust like the >> operator that reads C-strings, your >> operator should skip any leading spaces and then read characters into the string up to the first whitespace character.For reasons of convenience, we will impose a limit of 127 on the number of characters this function will read. This is so you can temporarily read into a non-dynamic array and then copy what you need into your data member, which will be a dynamic array. Note that this does not mean that all MyStrings will always have a maximum of 127 characters. For example, you might get a MyString with more than 127 characters by using the MyString constructor or by concatenating two MyStrings.Hint: Don’t try to read character by character in a loop. Use the extraction operator to do the reading of the input into a non-dynamic array, then use strcpy() to copy it into your data member. Make sure to allocate the correct amount of memory.Hint: if you use the extraction operator as suggested above, you will not have to skip leading whitespace, because the extraction operator does that for you.2. A read() functionThe read() function will allow the client programmer to specify the delimiting character (the character at which reading will stop). It should work just like the getline() function works for c-strings; that is, it should place everything up to but not including the delimiting character into the calling object, and it should also consume (and discard) the delimiting character. This will be a void function that will take two arguments, a stream and the delimiting character. It should not skip leading spaces. The limit of 127 characters imposed on the >> function above also applies to this function.Hint: Don’t try to read character by character in a loop. Use the in.getline() function to do the reading of the input into a non-dynamic array, then use strcpy() to copy it into your data member.3. Concatenation OperatorOverload the + operator to do MyString concatenation. The operator must be able to handle either MyString objects or C-strings on either side of the operator. Be careful with the memory management here. You’ll have to allocate enough memory to hold the new MyString. I suggest using strcpy() to get the left operand into the result MyString, and then strcat() to append the right operand. Both strcpy() and strcat() should be used as if they are void, even though they do have return values.4. Combined Concatenation/Assignment OperatorOverload the shorthand += to combine concatenation and assignment. Only MyStrings can be on the left-hand side of a += operation, but either MyStrings or C-strings may appear on the right side. If you pay close attention to the += operator from the feetInches class, these may be the easiest points of the semester.5. Add DocumentationCLIENT PROGRAM/* * ——————- * These functions are designed to help you test your MyString objects, * as well as show the client usage of the class. * * The BasicTest function builds an array of strings using various * constructor options and prints them out. It also uses the String * stream operations to read some strings from a data file. * * The RelationTest function checks out the basic relational operations * (==, !=, #include // for toupper() #include #include #include using namespace std; using namespace cs_mystring; void BasicTest(); void RelationTest(); void ConcatTest(); void CopyTest(); MyString AppendTest(const MyString& ref, MyString val); string boolString(bool convertMe); int main() { BasicTest(); RelationTest(); ConcatTest(); CopyTest(); } string boolString(bool convertMe) { if (convertMe) { return “true”; } else { return “false”; } } void BasicTest() { MyString s; int stringLength; cout << "----- Testing basic String creation & printing" << endl; const MyString strs[] = {MyString("Wow"), MyString("C++ is neat!"), MyString(""), MyString("a-z")}; for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++){ cout << "string [" << i <<"] = " << strs[i] << endl; } cout << endl << "----- Now reading MyStrings from file" << endl; cout << endl << "----- first, word by word" << endl; ifstream in("mystring.txt"); assert(in); while (in.peek() == '#'){ in.ignore(128, 'n'); } in >> s; while (in) { cout << "Read string = " << s << endl; in >> s; } in.close(); cout << endl << "----- now, line by line" << endl; ifstream in2("mystring.txt"); assert(in2); while (in2.peek() == '#'){ in2.ignore(128, 'n'); } s.read(in2, 'n'); while (in2) { cout << "Read string = " << s << endl; s.read(in2, 'n'); } cout << endl << "----- Testing access to characters (using const)" << endl; const MyString s1("abcdefghijklmnopqsrtuvwxyz"); cout << "Whole string is " << s1 << endl; cout << "now char by char: "; stringLength = s1.length(); for (int i = 0; i < stringLength; i++){ cout << s1[i]; } cout << endl << "----- Testing access to characters (using non-const)" << endl; MyString s2("abcdefghijklmnopqsrtuvwxyz"); cout << "Start with " << s2; stringLength = s2.length(); for (int i = 0; i < stringLength; i++){ s2[i] = toupper(s2[i]); } cout << " and convert to " << s2 << endl; } void RelationTest() { cout << "n----- Testing relational operators between MyStringsn"; const MyString strs[] = {MyString("app"), MyString("apple"), MyString(""), MyString("Banana"), MyString("Banana")}; for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) { cout << "Comparing " << strs[i] << " to " << strs[i+1] << endl; cout << "tIs left < right? " << boolString(strs[i] < strs[i+1]) << endl; cout << "tIs left <= right? " << boolString(strs[i] <= strs[i+1]) << endl; cout << "tIs left > right? ” << boolString(strs[i] > strs[i+1]) << endl; cout << "tIs left >= right? ” << boolString(strs[i] >= strs[i+1]) << endl; cout << "tDoes left == right? " << boolString(strs[i] == strs[i+1]) << endl; cout << "tDoes left != right ? " << boolString(strs[i] != strs[i+1]) << endl; } cout << "n----- Testing relations between MyStrings and char *n"; MyString s("he"); const char *t = "hello"; cout << "Comparing " << s << " to " << t << endl; cout << "tIs left < right? " << boolString(s < t) << endl; cout << "tIs left <= right? " << boolString(s <= t) << endl; cout << "tIs left > right? ” << boolString(s > t) << endl; cout << "tIs left >= right? ” << boolString(s >= t) << endl; cout << "tDoes left == right? " << boolString(s == t) << endl; cout << "tDoes left != right ? " << boolString(s != t) << endl; MyString u("wackity"); const char *v = "why"; cout << "Comparing " << v << " to " << u << endl; cout << "tIs left < right? " << boolString(v < u) << endl; cout << "tIs left <= right? " << boolString(v <= u) << endl; cout << "tIs left > right? ” << boolString(v > u) << endl; cout << "tIs left >= right? ” << boolString(v >= u) DATA FILE# This file has some strings that are used in the string test to check # reading strings from files. The default overloaded >> of your string # class should skip over any leading spaces and read characters into # the string object, stopping at the first whitespace character (this is # similar to the behavior of >> on char *). The read method of the # string class is a little fancier. It allows client to restrict # how many characters at max to read and what character to use as # delimiter, so you can stop at newline instead of space, for example. # Reading consumes the delimiting character, so the next read starts # after that. # The first time we will read individual words, next we read whole linesCORRECT OUTPUT—– Testing basic String creation & printing string [0] = Wow string [1] = C++ is neat! string [2] = string [3] = a-z —– Now reading MyStrings from file —– first, word by word Read string = The Read string = first Read string = time Read string = we Read string = will Read string = read Read string = individual Read string = words, Read string = next Read string = we Read string = read Read string = whole Read string = lines —– now, line by line Read string = The first time we will Read string = read individual words, next Read string = we read whole lines —– Testing access to characters (using const) Whole string is abcdefghijklmnopqsrtuvwxyz now char by char: abcdefghijklmnopqsrtuvwxyz —– Testing access to characters (using non-const) Start with abcdefghijklmnopqsrtuvwxyz and convert to ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQSRTUVWXYZ —– Testing relational operators between MyStrings Comparing app to apple Is left < right? true Is left <= right? true Is left > right? false Is left >= right? false Does left == right? false Does left != right ? true Comparing apple to Is left < right? false Is left <= right? false Is left > right? true Is left >= right? true Does left == right? false Does left != right ? true Comparing to Banana Is left < right? true Is left <= right? true Is left > right? false Is left >= right? false Does left == right? false Does left != right ? true Comparing Banana to Banana Is left < right? false Is left <= right? true Is left > right? false Is left >= right? true Does left == right? true Does left != right ? false —– Testing relations between MyStrings and char * Comparing he to hello Is left < right? true Is left <= right? true Is left > right? false Is left >= right? false Does left == right? false Does left != right ? true Comparing why to wackity Is left < right? false Is left <= right? false Is left > right? true Is left >= right? true Does left == right? false Does left != right ? true —– Testing concatentation on MyStrings outrageous + milk = outrageousmilk milk + = milk + cow = cow cow + bell = cowbell —– Testing concatentation between MyString and char * abcde + XYZ = abcdeXYZ XYZ + abcde = XYZabcde —– Testing shorthand concat/assign on MyStrings who += what = whowhatandwhowhat what += WHEN = whatWHENandwhatWHEN WHEN += Where = WHENWhereandWHENWhere Where += why = WherewhyandWherewhy —– Testing shorthand concat/assign using char * I love += programming = I love programming —– Testing copy constructor and operator= on MyStrings original is cake, copy is fake original is cake, copy is fake after self assignment, copy is Copy Cat Testing pass & return MyStrings by value and ref after calling Append, sum is BinkyBoo val is winky after assign, val is BinkyBoo

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