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Question is: Define a class with an employee name by encapsulation, and the methods in the properties of the Employee class are as follows.
Features(data members): define employee name, surname and salary information as members who can only access it from within the employee class
Methods: the increase that the employee will receive is 10 percent of his salary. Create a function that calculates this increase so that it can be accessed from anywhere.
c++ program that calculates the amount of raise that this employee whose name is Pelin Yilmaz in the main function is entered as 3000 dollar and prints the employee's name surname salary and raise amount information on the screen.

What I have tried:

I could not do this c++ question in a programming exam
Updated 19-Jan-21 7:21am
Patrice T 19-Jan-21 1:49am
"I could not do this c++ question in a programming exam"
Then concider you fail the exam.

This will get you started: Cpp-Programming-Tutorial/33-CPP-Classes-Object[^]
It would also be a good thing to use private members of the class, see: Public, Protected and Private Inheritance in C++ Programming[^]
merano99 19-Jan-21 11:55am
The linked tutorial is really bad.

"conio.h is a C header file used mostly by MS-DOS compilers to provide console input/output.[1] It is not part of the C standard library or ISO C, nor is it defined by POSIX."
Better never use it - neither for C nor for C ++

Why declare Id and Age as int?
Is it usefull to reach neagtiv?

Why declare name as "char Name[25]"?
Would expect string here.
RickZeeland 19-Jan-21 12:18pm
Thanks for the warning, could have known by the name "TutorialDost" that the site was DOS oriented 😊
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Break down the Problem in some small Steps, like OriginalGriff suggested.

1. Declare a Class with needed Membervariables and Methods
class employee { ... }

2. Write a main with required output; perhaps like this:
int main()
  string  first("Pelin"), last("Yilmaz");
  unsigned long salary = 3000;
  class employee ma1(first, last, salary);
  cout << "Name:" << ma1.NameGet() << ", Salary:" << 
       ma1.SalGet() << ", Increase:" << ma1.increase();
  return 0;

3. Complete the code

4. Check if it compiles and the result ist ok.

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