Minilab: Imagine you have a Employees directory. Make an H file and implement your Administrator Class:

/* This is the header file for Administrator class */
/* Please finish the definition of the class to provide the following additional members:
* 1. a string type member variable to store the title (director, Vice President, ... )
* 3. Constructor functions: one default one, another taking necessary info. about the administrator: name, SSN, salary, title
* 4. redefine print_check() so that the title is printed on the check. Start with the version from
* SalariedEmployee

#include "SalariedEmployee.h"

class Administrator:public SalariedEmployee
Administrator(string name, string SSN, double salary, string title);

void print_check();




/* Implement Administrator class */
#include <iostream>
#include "Administrator.h"

using namespace std;


Administrator::Administrator(string name, string SSN, double salary)


void Administrator::print_check()


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int main() {
    // As the NumArray can be partially filled, we use variable NumArraySize to keep track of how many numbers
    // have been stored in the array.
    int NumArray[CAPACITY]; // a int array with a given capacity
    int NumArraySize = 0; // the array is initially empty, i.e., contains 0 elements

    //1. TODO: Prompt the user to enter a sequence of integer values, separated by space, and ended with -1,
    //       and store the values in the array
    //       Display the array afterwards
    cout << "Enter a sequence of integer values, separated by space, and ended with -1: ";
    int number;
    cin >> number;
    while (number != -1) {
       InsertValueIntoArray(NumArray, NumArraySize, number, NumArraySize);
       cin >> number;
    Display(NumArray, NumArraySize);

    //2. TODO: Call your function to search for value 50.

    if (Search(NumArray, NumArraySize, 50) >= 0) {
       cout << "50 is found\n";
    } else {
       cout << "50 cannot be found\n";

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