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In this assignment, you will create a class, Faculty, derived from the Person class. Use the sample code for the VehicleWithWheels class as a model for what you need to do. You will also thoroughly test your class to verify that everything you want it to do is done correctly and efficiently.

//Private member data:
//    1. m_numDeg: number of degrees that the faculty member has (int).
//    2. m_degreesPtr: string pointer to memory where a dynamic string array is
//       located. Each element in the array contains the name of one of the
//       degrees. Each degree may have embedded spaces.
//       Example: M.S Computer Science

//Public functions:
//    1. Faculty(), Faculty(const char * name, int age, const string &ssn,
//       int numDeg, const string * degreesPtr), Faculty(const Faculty &s)
//    2. Provide "accessor" and "mutator" functions for
//       each of the member data items in the class.
//    3. Overload the Read and Write functions for the class. At this point you
//       should be in the habit of making the Read and Write functions of the base
//       class virtual, so you only need to overload the input and output
//       operators for the base class.

Tested thoroughly means:

All constructors tested.
All accessor and mutator functions tested.
All overloaded operators tested.
Specific to input and output operators:
a. Tested for both “common” I/O and file I/O.
b. For file I/O, write out at least two objects to a file, read the objects back into different variables. Verify that the corresponding objects are indeed the same.
Test a “const” object to make sure all operations possible on a “const” object function as required.

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#include "Faculty.h"

Faculty::Faculty(void) : Person()
{
m_degreesPtr = 0;
m_numDeg = 0;
}

Faculty::Faculty(const char * name, int age, const string &ssn,
       int numDeg, const string * degreesPtr)
   : Person(name, age, ssn)
{
m_degreesPtr = 0;
m_numDeg = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < numDeg; i++)
{
addDegrees(degreesPtr[i]);
}
}

Faculty::Faculty(const Faculty &s)
{
    setAge(s.getAge());
    setName(s.getName());
    setSSN(s.getSSN());
m_degreesPtr = 0;
m_numDeg = 0;
const string * degreesPtr = s.getDegreesPt();
for (int i = 0; i < s.getNumDeg(); i++)
{
addDegrees(degreesPtr[i]);
}
}...

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