by Dinesh Thakur Category: Classes in C++

 

#include <iostream.h>

#include<conio.h>
class MyClass
{
        int a, b;
        public:
                   void setAB(int i, int j) { a = i, b = j; }
                   void display()
                {
                   cout << "\n a is " <<a << "\n";
                   cout << "\n b is " << b <<"\n";
            }
};
    void main()
{
     clrscr();
     MyClass ob1, ob2;
     ob1.setAB(10, 20);
     ob2.setAB(0, 0);
     cout << "ob1 before assignment";
     ob1.display();
     cout << "ob2 before assignment";
     ob2.display();
     ob2 = ob1;                                                                          
     cout << "ob1 after assignment";
     ob1.display();
     cout << "ob2 after assignment";
     ob2.display();
     ob1.setAB(-1, -1);
     cout << "ob1 after changing ob1 :";
     ob1.display();
     cout << "ob2 after changing ob1 :";
     ob2.display();
     getch();
}

Object Assignment



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