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C++ Program:
Create a class Car having following data members.
• Model of the car
• Brand of the car
• Price of the car
• Built year
• Final price
• Fuel_type //Petrol or diesel
1. All data members of the class should be private.
2. Create a setter and getter method for each data member.
3. Use getter methods to return values of data members, not for displaying values of data
member.
4. Create another class named BMW having the following data members 1. PassengerAirBag,
AlloyWheels and number_of_AI_modules.
5. Create a constructor in child class that will initialize all the values of base class.
6. Create a template function for calculating the final price of the car. Final price can be
calculated by adding the price of the car with the tax value. (Tax value should be greater
than 25000 and its value should be in double datatype).
7. Default values of derive class data members will be “No” for passengerAirBag,
AlloyWheels and 0 for number_of_AI_modules.
8. Create a member function in derive class named shiftGear() that will increment the value
of counter by 1 whenever the shiftGear() is called and if the counter is reached to 5 then
again start back to 0.
9. Data members of derive class will also be private use encapsulation concept to set and
get the values of derive class data members.

What I have tried:

just trying to make this program.
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Updated 9-Jul-21 10:06am

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At start to need to Learn C++ tutorial to have the basic skills and install the Visual Studio for having an IDE.

Than fullfill every singel requirement of the task. Best is to comment when done. Like
C++
// Create a class Car having following data members.
class Car {
// Model of the car
string model; // remark: usage of std::string
;
With such steps you can create a so called prototype of your task solution. Than implementing the functions is a piece of cake.

So get started, or you may run out of time because you need to learn, practice and fullfill your task. ;-)
   
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Help me creating this C++ program or create a one please.

Just NO, you are not learning to beg others to do your homework.
This is only applying the course you got, it may be a little more complicated than previous homeworks, but let me tell you that real life problems are much more complicated, and often not as consistent.

So read again requirement, slowly and give it a try, and comeback when you have a specific problem (and your work as support of your problem).
   
We can't tell you anything beyond what's in the assignment. It's telling you to create a class, not an entire application. It's also telling you exactly what to put in the class.

So, this assignment is up to your and your note taking skills. You did take notes during the class, correct?
   

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