Object Oriented Design (C++) Title: Banking account system You have been asked to design a banking system which will hold the details of a current account. The system consists of two demonstration programs that provide two types of access to an account entry. 1. An internal banking system that will allow bank staff full access to account details e.g. change name address, make payments and withdrawals. 2. An ATM interface that provides restricted access and reduced functionality Your task is to produce an object oriented design using C++ identifying common development between the two applications, making use of reusable code and ensuring the security and integrity of sensitive data where appropriate. Design specification hints Your design should be based on a base account class with at least two derived classes for: a. The internal banking and b. The ATM application Each class should be declared in a separate header file and implemented in a separate source file. Use public, protected, private, inline functions, constant variables and ther C++ language features as appropriate for good code structure. Error checking should be included where appropriate. Account entries should be stored in a file that can be read/written be either application. Use the standard template library lost for account storage within your programs. Your also required to produce two programs which demonstrate the functionality of the two systems. Comments should be included in every step of the code.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. 2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid [url removed, login to view] program will be compiled in UNIX environment. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased. 4)A good description(documentation) and design specification. 5)include comments within the code
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## Deadline information
Must be completed by 27 oct. 2002.