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Program to illustrate the binary operator(*) overloading without creating a new object

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A C++ Program to illustrate the binary operator(*) overloading ( without creating a new object ).

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


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

       public:
        distance()
           {
              feet=0;
              inches=0;
           }

        distance(int f,float i)
           {
              feet=f;
              inches=i;
           }

        distance operator *(distance);
        void get_distance();

        void show_distance()
           {
              cout<<feet<<" f  - "<<inches<<"'"<<endl;
           }
     };


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

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

 /*************************************************************************///---------------------------  operator*(distance)  ---------------------///*************************************************************************/

 distance distance::operator*(distance d_2)
    {
       int f=d_2.feet*feet;

       float i_1=d_2.inches*inches;
       float i_2;
       float i_3;

       i_2=i_1/12;
       i_3=i_1-(i_2*12);
       i_3=i_3+i_2;

       return distance(f,i_3);
    }

 /*************************************************************************//*************************************************************************///-----------------------------  Main( )  -------------------------------///*************************************************************************//*************************************************************************/

 main( )
    {
       clrscr();

       distance d_1;
       distance d_2(11, 6.25);
       distance d_3;
       distance d_4;

       cout<<"\n Value of d_1 : "<<endl;
       d_1.get_distance();

       d_3=d_1*d_2;
       d_4=d_1*d_2*d_3;

       cout<<"\n Value of d_1 = ";
       d_1.show_distance();

       cout<<"\n Value of d_2 = ";
       d_2.show_distance();

       cout<<"\n Value of d_3 = ";
       d_3.show_distance();

       cout<<"\n Value of d_4 = ";
       d_4.show_distance();

       getch();
       return 0;
    }
  
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