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I need to solve this question in the form of a summons from Class.

What I have tried:

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

class Sample{
public:
int numbers , neg=0, pos=0;

};

int main(){
cout<<"the positve :"<<pos<<endl;
cout<<"the naga:" <<neg;

}
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Updated 15-Jul-21 7:47am
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CPallini 5-Jul-21 6:56am    
What did you try? The question looks really not clear.
Richard MacCutchan 5-Jul-21 9:02am    
"I need to solve this question in the form of a summons from Class."
What is a summons from a Class?
Richard MacCutchan 5-Jul-21 10:25am    
Sorry I don't know whether you are translating from your own language, but I do not understand what that means. Creating a class is quite simple:
class NegOrPos{
private:
    int number;
public:
    NegOrPos(int value)
    {
        number = value;
    }
    bool type()
    {
        return number < 0; // true if negative
    }
};
Richard MacCutchan 5-Jul-21 11:32am    
I am still unsure exactly what you are trying to do here, but the following is a simple solution.
class PosOrNeg
{
public:
    static bool negative(int num)
    {
        return num < 0;
    }
};

    cout << PosOrNeg::negative(20) << endl;
    cout << PosOrNeg::negative(-20) << endl;
Richard MacCutchan 5-Jul-21 12:04pm    
You just need to modify the function so instead of returning a boolean value, it displays the message that you want.

your question is totally unclear and you should start with some Learn C++ tutorial to start developing the code.

At first you need some input and output, and some functions which doing the check like:

C++
if( input < 0 ) {
  cout << "number is negative";
}
 
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