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Add more constructors to TwoDShape
Add more constructors to TwoDShape

/*
C#: The Complete Reference 
by Herbert Schildt 

Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill (March 8, 2002)
ISBN: 0072134852
*/


// Add more constructors to TwoDShape. 
 
using System; 
 
class TwoDShape 
  double pri_width;  // private 
  double pri_height; // private  
 
  // Default constructor. 
  public TwoDShape() { 
    width = height = 0.0
  
 
  // Constructor for TwoDShape. 
  public TwoDShape(double w, double h) { 
    width = w; 
    height = h; 
  
 
  // Construct object with equal width and height. 
  public TwoDShape(double x) { 
    width = height = x; 
  
 
  // Properties for width and height. 
  public double width 
     get return pri_width; 
     set pri_width = value; 
  
 
  public double height 
     get return pri_height; 
     set pri_height = value; 
  
 
  public void showDim() { 
    Console.WriteLine("Width and height are " 
                       width + " and " + height)
  

 
// A derived class of TwoDShape for triangles. 
class Triangle : TwoDShape 
  string style; // private 
   
  /* A default constructor. This automatically invokes 
     the default constructor of TwoDShape. */ 
  public Triangle() { 
    style = "null"
  
 
  // Constructor that takes three arguments. 
  public Triangle(string s, double w, double h: base(w, h) { 
    style = s;  
  
 
  // Construct an isosceles triangle. 
  public Triangle(double x: base(x) { 
    style = "isosceles";  
  
 
  // Return area of triangle. 
  public double area() { 
    return width * height / 2
  
 
  // Display a triangle's style. 
  public void showStyle() { 
    Console.WriteLine("Triangle is " + style)
  

 
public class Shapes5 
  public static void Main() { 
    Triangle t1 = new Triangle()
    Triangle t2 = new Triangle("right"8.012.0)
    Triangle t3 = new Triangle(4.0)
 
    t1 = t2; 
 
    Console.WriteLine("Info for t1: ")
    t1.showStyle()
    t1.showDim()
    Console.WriteLine("Area is " + t1.area())
 
    Console.WriteLine()
 
    Console.WriteLine("Info for t2: ")
    t2.showStyle()
    t2.showDim()
    Console.WriteLine("Area is " + t2.area())
 
    Console.WriteLine()
 
    Console.WriteLine("Info for t3: ")
    t3.showStyle()
    t3.showDim()
    Console.WriteLine("Area is " + t3.area())
 
    Console.WriteLine()
  
}


           
       














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