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Program to illusrate comparision operator overloading

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A C++ Program to illusrate comparision operator overloading.

Code for Program to illusrate comparision operator overloading in C++ Programming

 #include<iostream.h>
 #include<conio.h>


 /*************************************************************************///------------------------------  distance  -----------------------------///*************************************************************************/class distance
    {
       private:
        int feet;
        float inches;

       public:
        distance()  { feet=0; inches=0.0; }
        distance(int ft,float inch)   { feet=ft; inches=inch; }
        void get_distance();
        void show_distance() { cout<<feet<<"\'"<<inches<<'\"'<<endl; }
        intoperator<(distance );
    };


 /*************************************************************************///---------------------------  get_distance( )  -------------------------///*************************************************************************/void distance::get_distance()
    {
       cout<<"\t Enter feet = ";
       cin>>feet;

       cout<<"\t Enter inches = ";
       cin>>inches;
    }

 /*************************************************************************///-------------------------  operator<(distance)  -----------------------///*************************************************************************/int distance::operator<(distance d2)
    {
       float f1;
       float f2;

       f1=feet+inches/12;
       f2=d2.feet+d2.inches/12;

       return((f1<f2)?1:0);
    }


 main()
    {
       clrscr();

       distance dist1;
       distance dist2(6,2.5);

       cout<<"\n Enter the Value of dist1 : "<<endl;
       dist1.get_distance();

       cout<<"\n Value of dist1 = ";
       dist1.show_distance();

       cout<<"\n Value of dist2 = ";
       dist2.show_distance();

       if(dist1<dist2==1)
      cout<<"\n dist1 is less than dist2"<<endl;

       else
      cout<<"\n dist1 is greater than dist2"<<endl;

       getch();
       return 0;
    }
  
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