Write a function called filterDistance that takes a referenc…


Write а functiоn cаlled filterDistаnce that takes a reference tо a vectоr of pointers to Point objects, an individual Point object and a real number representing a distance as parameters. Your function should move any Points in the vector that are a greater distance from individual Point than the passed in distance to the end. They can end up in any order after your function runs as long as all points greater than the passed in distance away are after all points less than or equal to the passed in distance. For example if we run the code below: vector points {new Point(1, 2), new Point(90, 200), new Point(100, 100), new Point(4, 5), new Point(1, 2), new Point(100, 200)}; Point location(10, 10); filterDistance(points, location, 30); We will find points contains points (1, 2), (4, 5), (1, 2) before points (90, 200), (100, 100), (100, 200) as the distance between the first three and location is less than or equal to 30 and the distance between location and the last three is greater than 30. Point objects have the following public members: Name Description Point(int x, int y) constructs a point with the given coordinates int getX() returns the x coordinate int getY() returns the y coordinate double distance(Point p) returns the distance between this point and the passed in point

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