Cpp file define it in returntype

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Unformatted text preview: ose the binary operator is ∆ In In .h file: declare it (inside of class) class) class className {… ReturnType operator∆(type y); … } In .cpp file: define it, In ReturnType ClassName::operator∆(type y) ::operator { …… } In In main.cpp file: use it, used same as defined in external way: a∆b is equivalent to call a. operator∆(b) 2/16/2011 8 Example: Overloading Operator < as a member function (internal) In In .h file: declare it in the class Time, class class Time{ public:…… bool operator<(const Time & t); operator<(const …… } In .cpp In .cpp file: define it, bool Time::operator<(const Time & t) (const Time t) { return myMilTime < t.myMilTime; t.myMilTime; } In In main.cpp file: use it (same as in the first way ) , Time mealTime, classTime; mealTime, classTime; …… if (classTime < mealTime) (classTime mealTime) { ……… } 2/16/2011 9 3 Which operators can be overloaded? You can overload any of the following operators (not complete): + - * / % ^ & | ~ ! = < > += -= *= /= %= ^= &= |= << >> <<= >>= == != <= >= && || ++ -- ,...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course CMPSC 122 taught by Professor Formitchev during the Spring '08 term at Penn State.

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