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Write a class called Dog which keeps track of the dog's name, breed, age, and license fee. The license fee will be a set amount: $12.25, since you only need one copy of this in memory, make it static. Include a method which allows you to set the dog's name, breed and age. Include another method which displays the dog's name, breed, age and license fee. Write code to test your class.
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What is your question?

FYI:
It's against EE policy to do homework questions.

Try doing the work, and when you get stuck, post a specific question along with your code.
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start to create a class Dog with the attributes (member-variables): "name, breed, age, and license fee" ..
note: "The license fee will be a set amount: $12.25, since you only need one copy of this in memory, make it static"

if you are unsure about static members have a look at this:

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/classes2.html#static


ike
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