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the matching sequence spans the third and fourth lines:
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The associated location vectors for the three words are as follows:
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her ((0,7),(1,5),(2,12),(4,11)) magical ((3,0))
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Unless the AndQuery eval() function can determine that line (2) holds 12 words, it cannot determine that magical is adjacent to her We'll make a single instance available through a static data member we've named _max_col (The eval() implementation is detailed in Section 175) Here, then, is our initial AndQuery class definition:
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class AndQuery : public Query { public: // constructors discussed in 174 virtual void eval(); const Query *rop() const { return _rop; } const Query *lop() const { return _lop; } static void max_col( const vector< int > *pcol ) { if ( !_max_col ) _max_col = pcol; } protected: Query *_lop; Query *_rop; static const vector< int > *_max_col; };
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Summary The public interface of each of our four derived classes consists of the inherited public members of Query and the public members of the individual derived classes When we write
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Query *pq = new NameQuery( "Monet" );
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we may only access the public interface of Query through pq When we write
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because eval() is declared to be a virtual function, the derived class eval() instance is invoked associated with the derived class object actually addressed by pq In this case, the NameQuery instance is invoked When we write
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pq->display();
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the nonvirtual Query display() function is always invoked However, display() still reflects the solution set of the actual derived class object addressed by pq Rather than relying on the virtual mechanism, we instead factored the shared operation and its supporting data into the common abstract Query base class display() is an example of polymorphic programming supported not by virtual functions but inheritance alone Here is our implementation (this is an interim solution, as we'll see in the last section):
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void Query:: display() { if ( ! _solution->size() ) { cout "\n\tSorry, " " no matching lines were found in text\n" endl; } set<short>::const_iterator it = _solution->begin(), end_it = _solution->end(); for ( ; it != end_it; ++it ) { int line = *it; // don't confound user with text lines starting at 0 cout "( " line+1 " ) " (*_text_file)[line] '\n'; } cout endl; }
In this section we have provided a first definition of our Query class hierarchy One question we have not yet considered is how we are to build the actual data structure using the class hierarchy to represent the user's query In fact, our implementation in support of this will cause us to modify and extend the definition through which we've just worked Before we turn to that, we need to look at the mechanism of inheritance under C++ in more detail
Exercise 173
Consider the following members of the library class hierarchy of Exercise 171 at the end of Section 171 Identify which instances are likely virtual function candidates, and which, if any, are likely to be common among all library materials and therefore able to be fully represented within the base class (Note: LibMember is the abstraction representing a member of the library able to borrow library materials Date is a class representing a calendar day of a particular year)
class Library { public: bool check_out( LibMember* ); bool check_in ( LibMember* ); bool is_late( const Date& today ); double apply_fine(); ostream& print( ostream&=cout ); Date* due_date() const; Date* date_borrowed() const; string title() const; const LibMember* member() const; };
Exercise 174
Identify the base and derived class members for the chosen class hierarchy of Exercise 172 at the end of Section 171 Identify virtual functions as well as public and protected members
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