C++ Program to Demonstrate Increment ++ and Decrement — Operator Overloading

In this tutorial you will learn about the C++ Program to Demonstrate Increment ++ and Decrement — Operator Overloading and its application with practical example.

 

In this tutorial, we will learn to create a C++ program that will Demonstrate Increment ++ and Decrement — Operator Overloading in C++ programming.

Prerequisites.

Before starting with this tutorial we assume that you are best aware of the following C++ programming topics:

  • Operators in C++ Programming.
  • Basic Input and Output function in C++ Programming.
  • Basic C++ programming.
  • Classes and Objects in C++ programming.

What are the operators?

Operators are symbols with special meanings in a programming language. The operators are used between one or more operand.

There are three types of operators on the basis of operands.

  1. Unary operator.
  2. Binary operator.
  3. Ternary operator.

In this program, we will overload the unary operator i.e. “++”,”–“.

C++ Program for Operator overloading:-

In this program, we will Overload increment and decrement operators. We will use the operators to work for user-defined classes. It means we will use the operators with special meaning in the program for a data type.

Program to overload increment operator:-

 

Program to overload decrement operator:-

Output for increment:-

Output for decrement:-

Overloading the increment operator.

Overloading the decrement operator.
Main function body.
Printing the outputs
1. Increment Operator overloading.
2. Decrement operator overloading.
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