Last time we saw how to overload pre increment operator in our Fraction class as a member function. Post increment operator and pre increment operator are identical in their syntax. Both are written as (++) and used in exactly the same way except to their position before and after the variable. So how to overload the post increment operator in your class? I will show you how to do this in this article.
C supports a number of arithmetic and logical operators. Post and Pre Increment operators are one of these arithmetic operators. These incremental operators add up one to existing value of the variable.The difference between post increment and pre increment is obvious from their name: post increment is placed after the variable and pre increment is placed before the variable. In principle, there is a slight difference in their behavior which I shall explain to you in this article.
Hello everyone. This is our second post to the common C++ errors and mistakes series. Today, we’ll get to explore some more mistakes that many programmers make, rather unintentionally! These common errors would be in the object oriented paradigm as programmers use it more frequently and get used to it with more effort and hard work.
In Object Oriented Programming, some Programming Errors happen very often. They include the inappropriate call to the constructor, illegal initialization state of objects and unintentional assignments and errors, to name a few. Eliminating these programming errors is very important to proceed in the right direction in the program. I shall explain them step by step to you in this post. Kindly Have a look at the following code.
The extraction operator is used to take input directly in objects. In Object Oriented Programming, we want everything to be as simple and close to built in data types as is possible. The concept of overloading various operators is one facet of this need. For input and output, we especially want ease and smooth syntax to flow throughout the program.We saw how to overload insertion operator for taking output in our program. This time we shall see how to overload the extraction operator (>>) for taking input directly in an object.