 # I am Tired

MohsinAli

A boy has his money deposited \$1000, \$1500 and \$2000 in banks-Bank A, Bank B and Bank C respectively. We have to print the money deposited by him in a particular bank. Create a class 'Bank' with a method 'getBalance' which returns 0. Make its three subclasses named 'BankA', 'BankB' and 'BankC' with a method with the same name 'getBalance' which returns the amount deposited in that particular bank. Call the method 'getBalance' by the object of each of the three banks.

•    musfiraattiqueasher

```#include
using namespace std;

class bank
{
protected:
int balance;
public:
int getbalance()
{
return balance;
}
};
class bankA : bank
{
public:
bankA(int b)
{
balance=b;
}
void display()
{
cout << "The amount deposited in bank A:\$" << balance << endl;
}
};
class bankB : bank
{
public:
bankB(int b)
{
balance=b;
}
void display()
{
cout << "The amount deposited in bank B:\$" << balance << endl;
}
};
class bankC : bank
{
public:
bankC(int b)
{
balance=b;
}
void display()
{
cout << "The amount deposited in bank C:\$" << balance << endl;
}
};

int main()
{
bankA balanceA(1000);
balanceA.display();
bankB balanceB(1500);
balanceB.display();
bankC balanceC(2000);
balanceC.display();

}

// #include
// using namespace std;

// // 1 + 4i
// // 5 + 8i
// // -------
// // 6 + 12i
// class Complex{
//     int a, b;
//     friend Complex sumComplex(Complex o1, Complex o2);
//     public:
//         void setNumber(int n1, int n2){
//             a = n1;
//             b = n2;
//         }

//         // Below line means that non member - sumComplex funtion is allowed to do anything with my private parts (members)
//         void printNumber(){