by Dinesh Thakur Category: Classes in C++

 

#include<iostream .h>

#include<conio.h>
class dist
{
      private:
                     int feet;
                     double inches;
      public:
                     void get()
                 {
                     cout<<"Enter feet & inches : ";
                     cin>>feet>>inches;
                 }
                     void show()
                {
                     cout<<"Addition : " <<feet<<"\'" <<inches<<"\'";
                 }
                    dist add(dist);
};
            dist dist::add(dist h2)
       {
            dist tt;
            tt.feet=feet +h2. feet;
            tt.inches=inches+h2.inches;
            if(tt.inches>= 12.00)
              {
                 tt.feet++;
                 tt.inches-=12.00;
              }
                 return(tt);
       }
            void main()
       {
            clrscr();
            dist obj1 ,obj2,obj3;
            obj1.get();
            obj2.get();
            obj3=obj1.add(obj2);
            obj3.show();
            getch();
        }
Program By Returning Objects For Addition Of Distances
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