i help to program my project within 5 hours.. its a c++ program project about playing the game blackjack..;In order...
i help to program my project within 5 hours.. its a c++ program project about playing the game blackjack..;In order to do this, the program will need to have three separate classes.;Card Class;First, you will need a class for individual cards. This card class should have member variables;for: suit (e.g. spades), value (e.g. jack), and points (e.g. 10). You should obviously have;constructors, accessors, and mutators for this class. In addition, you will need to overload the;following C++ operators for this class (==, =,, and <<).;Deck Class;Next, you will need a deck. As a member variable, the deck will need to contain all 52 cards. For;ease of implementation, you can put all 52 cards into a vector, since you can shuffle them using;the following command;std::random_shuffle(d.begin(), d.end());The deck should also have a constructor and a member function that allows you to get a card;from it. Overloading the << operator is a good way to test the functionality of the deck, but is not;necessary for the program.;Hand Class;Finally, the hand class will contain the cards in the player?s hand. You must implement this class;using a member variable that is a dynamic array of cards for the player?s hand. You will also;need to have member variables for the number of cards in the hand as well as the score.;Obviously, you should write constructors, accessors, and mutators for this class. Since this class;also uses dynamic memory, you will need to write a copy constructor, destructor, and overloaded;equal (if implementing splits).;The other item that needs to be added to this class is an ability to put an additional card into the;hand as player?s will often take additional cards during the game of blackjack. Adding a card to;the hand requires reallocating dynamic memory and will be similar to a copy constructor.;Implement your program using separate compilation for the voter class and the main program.;As always, your code should have appropriate comments to explain the program and the code. It;should be written in a consistent and readable form and should compile without errors or;warnings.
Paper#73369 | Written in 18-Jul-2015Price : $27