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Polymorphic Points, Circles, and Cylinders Requirements
Modify the previous assignment, in which you developed Point, Circle, and Cylinder classes, in the
following ways:
 Add an abstract base class named Shape (define it in shape.h).
 Point inherits from Shape. Circle continues to inherit from Point and Cylinder continues to
inherit from Circle.
 Point, Cylinder, and Circle must continue to support the insertion operator (<<), but it must
also support polymorphism (i.e. work with pointers to Shapes). See the example below.
HINT: define the insertion operator ONLY in Shape, but have it call a virtual function that
is redefined in each inherited class.
The following main.cpp file:
#include <iostream
#include “shape.h”
#include “point.h”
#include “circle.h”
#include “cylinder.h”
using namespace std;
int main()
{
Shape *s[3];
Point p(4,4);
Circle c(5,5,5);
Cylinder y (6, 6, 6, 6);
s[0] = &p;
s[1] = &c;
s[2] = &y;
cout << *(s[0]) << endl << endl;
cout << *(s[1]) << endl << endl;
cout << *(s[2]) << endl << endl;
return 0;
}
produces this output:
Point at (4, 4)
Circle with center = (5, 5); Radius = 5; Area = 78.5397
Cylinder with center = (6, 6); Radius = 6; Height = 6; Volume = 678.583
Submit 7 files (shape.h, point.h, point.cpp, circle.h, circle.cpp, cylinder.h, and cylinder.cpp) combined as
a single zip file. The graders will compile your source with their main.cpp to test program functionality.

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