by Dinesh Thakur Category: Classes in C++

 

#include<iostream.h>

#include<conio.h>
class currency
{
   private:
                 int rupees;
                 float paise;
   public:
                 void read ( )
           {
                   cout<<"\n Rupees in integer is:";
                   cin >> rupees;
                   cout<<"\n Paise in Real is:" ;
                   cin >> paise;
           }
                 void assign (int rs, float ps)
          {
                 rupees = rs ;
                 paise = ps ;
          }
                 void display ( )
          {
                 cout<<"\n Rs."<<rupees<< "Ps." <<paise<<endl ;
          }
 } ;
          void main ( )
      {
           clrscr();
           currency c1, c2 ;
           c1.assign (15, 3.75);
           c2.read ( );
           cout<<"\n First Amount is:" ;
           c1.display ( );
           cout<<"\n Second Amount is:";
           c2.display ( );
           getch ( ) ;
       }

Multiple Data With Multiple Object



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