In this homework, you will write a templated class hierarchy for sets and maps.
The class GTUSetBase is an abstract class with the following pure virtual member functions.
Test whether container is empty
Return container size
Return maximum size
Insert element, throws exception std::bad_pafram if the element is already in the set
Clear all content
Get iterator to element
Count elements with a specific value
Return iterator to beginning
Return iterator to end
The class GTUSet<T> derives from the base class and implements all of the functions appropriately. It will keep its data using dynamic memory techniques with shared_ptr STL pointers. Do not use regular pointers or STL container classes.
The class GTUMap<K, V> derives from GTUSet<std::pair<K, V> > and implements the following extra function
V& operator (const K& k);
If k matches the key of an element in the set, the function returns a reference to its mapped value.
The class GTUIterator implements iterator operators such as *, ->, ++, –, =, and ==.
You will also write the following global function
template <class T>
std::shared_ptr<GTUSetBase<T> > setIntersection<T> (const GTUSetBase<T>&, const GTUSetBase<T>&);
The returned set is the intersection of the two sets.
Write your driver program to test the all the classes and all of their functions. Do not forget to test the global function with sets and maps.
Use separate header and implementation files for each class.
Use name spaces.
Do not forget to test the thrown exceptions