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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;

}
Posted
Updated 15-Jul-21 6:47am
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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.
Greg Utas 15-Jul-21 10:12am
   
It is very rude to edit your question and change it to garbage after it has been answered. Your changes have been reversed, and your account will be closed if you do this again.
[no name] 15-Jul-21 12:23pm
   
I did not get the correct answer as you claim
No one understood my question in the comments, and it's all your fault
I broke the question so that others wouldn't take the wrong answer and it has nothing to do with the question.

And I won't let you insult me with a rude word, or I'll report you to the police
[no name] 15-Jul-21 12:28pm
   
To avoid what happened, I will change the question to another question and I will not give the right to be held accountable

When there is a lack of information from you, I have no right to let people see the wrong answer

understand or not??

Thank
Richard MacCutchan 15-Jul-21 12:48pm
   
You have now changed the question so it has nothing to do with any of the comments or suggested solutions so there is no point in it remaining here.
Richard MacCutchan 15-Jul-21 12:49pm
   
Time to vote it off.
[no name] 15-Jul-21 12:53pm
   
Basically, people's answers were not enough for the question, so it is correct to delete the question

But I changed it for interest
Greg Utas 15-Jul-21 13:22pm
   
You are probably changing it so that you won't get caught. Begone!
OriginalGriff 15-Jul-21 14:22pm
   
Yeah, it look like "oh, you did my homework - now lets hide it so my teacher can't tell".
Typical student - puts more effort into trying to hide his plagiarism than into doing the homework himself ...
[no name] 18-Jul-21 4:55am
   
ha ha ha
Believe me, this is really funny if you are afraid of the teacher
Can I enter my real name??
Hey man, be reasonable, please

Believe me, the solution is wrong, and you are ashamed to admit the wrong solution
Greg Utas 18-Jul-21 7:08am
   
A scope resolution operator can't check if a number is positive or negative, but it could be used to invoke a function in another namespace that does check the number.

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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