Ok bear with my I am just coming up with this since I don't exactly know how to code this yet. I am messing with forms of classes and such for making a simple menu system but all the functions happen in a different class so in main there wouldn't be a whole lot there.
my options.h file:
okay.... now that I got the menu created and the input portion created I would like to create class for the addition and subtraction functions and link that to my user input from class options. Anyone got any ideas on how I would do that. Can anyone help me out maybe an example this is not a school thing so an answer is ok. My term is coming down to the end and I am trying to practice on stuff so coming next term I am not an artard and have to reference to my book all the time for basic stuff. Thank you.
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