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Lesson:

Object Oriented Programming


Exercise:

Class Square 103


Objetive:

Complete the project named "Shapes" (january 8th), adding a class named "Square" to it. For each square, we will store its starting X and Y coordinates (the upper left corner, already stored as a "Location") and the length of its side.

You will have to create:
- A suitable constructor, to assign starting values to X, Y and the side. (2 points)
- A Move method, to change X and Y coordinates. (1 point)
- A Scale method, to change its side (for example, a scale factor of 2 would turn a side of 3 into 6). (1 point)
- A method ToString, to return a string with its data (for example: "Corner (10,5), side 7". (1 point)
- Redefine "GetPerimeter" and "GetArea", so that they return the correct values (2 points).

- Another point corresponds to the attributes and the overall structure.

- The remaining 2 points correspond to the test from "Main"

You must deliver a ZIP file containing the entire project.


Code:

using System;
namespace shapes
{
    class Square : Shape
    {
        Location l = new Location();

        public Square(double x, double y, double side)
        {

            l.SetX(x);
            l.SetY(y);
            l.SetSide(side);
        }

        public void Move(double x, double y)
        {
            l.SetX(x);
            l.SetY(y);
        }

        public void Scale(int factor)
        {
            l.SetSide(l.GetSide() * factor);
        }

        public string ToString()
        {
            return "Corner (" + l.GetX() / 2 + "), side " + l.GetSide();
        }
    }
}