Assignment Operator Overloading Example in C++


Example Program:

Here is the simple program for printing the example of assignment operator overloading in C++.

Source Code

#include<iostream>
using namespace std;
class Distance
{
   private:
     int feet;
     int inches;
   public:
      Distance()
      {
        feet=0;
        inches=0;
      }
      Distance(int f,int i)
      {
        feet=f;
        inches=i;
      }
      void operator =(const Distance &D)
      {
        feet=D.feet;
        inches=D.inches;
      }
      void displayDistance()
      {
        cout<<"F: "<<feet<<" I:"<<inches<<endl;
      }
};
int main()
{
   Distance D1(11,10),D2(5,11);
   cout<<"\nFirst Distance : ";
   D1.displayDistance();
   cout<<"\nSecond Distance :";
   D2.displayDistance();
   D1=D2;
   cout<<"\nFirst Distance :";
   D1.displayDistance();
   return 0;
}
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Output

First Distance : F: 11 I:10

Second Distance :F: 5 I:11

First Distance :F: 5 I:11

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