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operator overrriding

I have a class A that overload [] operator and class B inherited from A B have different behaviour with this operator ptotype in A int& operator[](int index); in B that U want const int operator[](int index); how to do this overload and avoiding override 2) can I make a member in A that is accessible outside except subclasses ? thanks for helping

8/9/2019 10:34:18 PM

ABADA S

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ABADA S , i actually don't get your requirement. please check below code and let me know if you are looking for some different behaviour : #include <iostream> using namespace std; class A { int array[5]; public : A() { array [0] = 1; array [1] = 2; array [2] = 3; array [3] = 4; array [4] = 5; } int& operator[](int index); }; class B : public A { int array[5]; public : B() { array [0] = 11; array [1] = 12; array [2] = 13; array [3] = 14; array [4] = 15; } const int operator[] (int index ); }; int& A::operator[](int index) { return array[index]; } const int B::operator[](int index) { return array[index]; } int main() { A obja; B objb; int x = obja[2]; int y = objb[2]; cout << x << endl; cout << y << endl; return 0; }

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ok I will put my well then share if I felt I appreciate your aid

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for your second question, you can have keyword friend... let me know if you need more details or example on friend class nd friend function

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Ketan Lalcheta in this code why did you declared and define outside ? can you do it but define inside the classes? (your way is working thanks for it) for the second question I know something about it and how does it work , please give me an example 😊

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ABADA S you can define inside class as well.. I generally declare class in header file and define it into source cpp files so I did it same way in a single file.. refer below code for friend function: https://code.sololearn.com/cJVcu6dzm5fU/?ref=app

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I got a compile error when defining inside ... maybe I have problems in compiler

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try it on sololearn and share code link if you get error...