# C++ Project: Binary Sort

## Question

Imagine that the company you work for is going to create a lot of tutorials on Fractions. You are to create a robust Fraction class that will have all of the following (all examples are for a fraction half that has a numerator of 1 and a denominator of 2):
- Private integers numerator and denominator ;
- All public getter and setter functions for the numerator and denominator;
- Safeguard that the denominator will NEVER become 0!
- a default constructor with no arguments;
- a constructor that accepts both the numerator and denominator;
- a toDecimal method that returns the decimal value of the fraction, example: 1/2 will be 0.5;
- a toString method that will return the fraction as a string, example: 1/2 will be "1/2";
- a reduce method that will change the numerator and denominator by finding a common denominator and reducing the fraction. Example 3/12 becomes 1/4;

## Solution Preview

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#include "Fraction.h"

Fraction::Fraction() {
numerator = 0;
denominator = 1;
}

Fraction::Fraction(int numerator, int denominator){
setNumerator(numerator);
setDenominator(denominator);
}

Fraction::~Fraction() {
}

void Fraction::setDenominator(int denominator) {
// denominator cannot be zero
if (denominator == 0) {
this->denominator = 1;
}
else{
this->denominator = denominator;
}
}...
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