Tag Archives: Operators Overloading

Input/Output Operators Overloading in C++

In C++ we use the stream extraction operators with stream statements (cin, cout) to show outputs and take input from the user. And using the C++ Operator Overloading techniques we can overload or redefine the stream extraction operators for user-defined class-based Objects. Like other Operator we cannot directly overload the >> stream extraction operator and << stream insertion… Read More »

Relational Operators Overloading in C++

Relational operators are used for comparing two data objects, and by using the class operator overloading methods, we can overload a relational operator for class-based objects. There are various relational operators in C++ such as <, >, <=, >=, ==, etc. which are overloadable. This write-up will help you become familiar with relational operators overloading in C++. Here… Read More »

Binary Operators Overloading in C++

Binary operators require two operands to perform the task and using the Operator overloading we can redefine the task of a Binary operator for user-defined class objects. The syntax for Binary Operator Overloading function return_type operator operator_symbol (Class_Name object_name) { // redefining the operator task } Example #include <iostream> #include<string.h> using namespace std; class Displacement {   private… Read More »

Unary Operators Overloading in C++

Unary operators are those special symbols that can operate on a unary or single operand, for instance, ++(increment), –(decrement) and ! (not) operators. As we have already discussed in the Operator overloading rules that we can only redefine the operator task for the user-defined class-based object so here the example itself using a class and its object to… Read More »