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getName member function reads from the name member variable and the setName member function writes to it

  
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

class Person {
   private:
      string name; 
      int height;      
   public:
      string getName() const;
      void setName(string);
      int getHeight() const;
      void setHeight(int);
};

   string Person::getName() const
   { return name; }

   void Person::setName(string s)
   { 
      if (s.length() == 0)
         name = "No name assigned";
      else
         name = s; 
   }

   int Person::getHeight() const
   { return height; }

   void Person::setHeight(int h)
   { 
      if (h < 0)
         height = 0;
      else
         height = h; 
   }

void setValues(Person&);
void getValues(const Person&);

int main ()
{
   Person p1;
   setValues(p1);  
   cout << "Outputting person data\n";
   getValues(p1);
   return 0;
}

void setValues(Person& pers)
{
   string str;
   int h;
   cout << "Enter person's name: ";
   getline(cin,str);
   pers.setName(str);
   cout << "Enter height in inches: ";
   cin >> h;
   cin.ignore();
   pers.setHeight(h);
}

void getValues(const Person& pers)
{
   cout << "Person's name: " << pers.getName() << endl; 
   cout << "Person's height in inches is: " <<         pers.getHeight() << endl;  
}
  
    
  










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