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Update Class in below files You will start with the source

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Update Class in below files

You will start with the source code files which I have attached in link this
lesson’s Contact as dtime.h and dtime.cpp.
You'll update the class (please keep those same file names), adding the new
nterval_since member function, then write a test program that exercises the updated class.
I want the test program to exercise all of:

Both constructors
The overloaded >> operator
The overloaded << operator
The overloaded == operator
The advance member function
The new interval_since member function

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

will you be answering all three of the questions I asked?


 

I will have to review them
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I submitted the wrong questions the that you are doing isn't do for 3 days. I need the last and this one do first.


 


Testing the handling of exceptions generated by DigitalTime objects



First try to declare a DigitalTime object with bad parameters


 


Exception #100 encountered: Invalid Hour or Minute Value


 


Now try catching bad inputs to the overloaded >> operator


 


Please enter an invalid time to test handling that exception; 12;xx


 


Exception #101 encounter: Invalid characters entered to read_minute


 


End of Exception Handling Testing


Press any key to continue...


 


When running code this output below should show.


 


I did most of the work the files are below:


 


Desktop.zip


 

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

The problem is to write a new exception class named DigitalTimeException and to extend the DigitalTime class as implemented in previous assignments so that it throws exceptions of type DigitalTimeException when it encounters error conditions. We will implement these as separately compilable files (although I don't care if you separate these into library projects or not, compiling them all in a single project will be fine). You will submit four files to for this problem:


 


Modified DigitalTime.h
Modified DigitalTime.cpp
DigitalTimeException.h
DigitalTimeException.cpp


 


It should include Try and Catch


 


the first Try/Catch should look something like this:


 


DigitalTime thisTest(15, 65); // Bad number of seconds


 


example of Main.


int main()


{


try


{


// Code that forces the first error goes here


}


catch(DigitalTimeException thisError)


{


// Code to handle the error


}
try


{


// Code that forces a second error goes here


}


catch(DigitalTimeException thisError)


{


//


Code to handle the first error


}
try


{


// Code that forces a third error goes here


}


catch(DigitalTimeException thisError)


{


//Code to handle the first error


}


 


The output will look like this below:

Testing the handling of exceptions generated by DigtalTime objects
First try to declared a DigitalTime object with bad parameters

I enter invalid minute 12:83

Output will be:
Exception #100 encountered: Invalid Hour of Minute Value
Now try catching bad inputs to the overloaded >> Operator
Please enter an invalid time to test to test handling that exception:

Then next I enter 12:xx

Output will be:
Exception #101 encountered: Invalid characters entered to read_minute
End of Exception handling Testing
Press any key to continue . . .

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you. You have be so helpful.

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