### Implement a class Complex which represents the Complex Number data type. Implement the following operations: 1. Constructor (including a default constructor which creates the complex number 0+0i). 2. Overloaded operator+ to add two complex numbers. 3. Overloaded operator* to multiply two complex numbers. 4. Overloaded << and >> to print and read Complex Numbers.

Implement a class Complex which represents the Complex Number data type. Implement the
following operations:

1. Constructor (including a default constructor which creates the complex number 0+0i).

2. Overloaded operator+ to add two complex numbers.

3. Overloaded operator* to multiply two complex numbers.

4. Overloaded << and >> to print and read Complex Numbers.

#include

using namespace std;

class complex

{

public:

float real,img;

complex()

{

real = 0;

img = 0;

}

friend ostream & operator <<(ostream& ,complex& );

friend istream & operator >>(istream& ,complex& );

friend complex operator +(complex &c1,complex&a1);

friend complex operator -(complex &c2,complex&a2);

friend complex operator *(complex &c3,complex&a3);

friend complex operator /(complex &c4,complex&a4);

};

istream & operator >>(istream&in ,complex&obj )

{

cout<<"Enter the real part: ";

in>>obj.real;

cout<<"Enter the imaginary part: ";

in>>obj.img;

return in;

}

ostream & operator <<(ostream& out ,complex& obj )

{

cout<<"Complex No is :";

out< out<<"+"<<"("< return out;

}

complex operator +(complex &c1,complex&a1)

{

complex r1;

r1.real=c1.real+a1.real;

r1.img=c1.img+a1.img;

return r1;

}

complex operator -(complex &c2,complex&a2)

{

complex r2;

r2.real=c2.real-a2.real;

r2.img=c2.img-a2.img;

return r2;

}

complex operator *(complex &c3,complex&a3)

{

complex r3;

r3.real=c3.real*a3.real-c3.img*a3.img;

r3.img=c3.real*a3.img+c3.img*a3.real;

return r3;

}

complex operator /(complex &c4,complex&a4)

{

complex r4;

r4.real=(c4.real*a4.real+c4.img*a4.img) / (a4.real*a4.real+c4.img*c4.img);

r4.img=(-c4.real*a4.img+c4.img*a4.real) / (a4.real*a4.real+c4.img*c4.img);

return r4;

}

1. Constructor (including a default constructor which creates the complex number 0+0i).

2. Overloaded operator+ to add two complex numbers.

3. Overloaded operator* to multiply two complex numbers.

4. Overloaded << and >> to print and read Complex Numbers.

#include

OUTPUT FOR THE PROGRAM |

class complex

{

public:

float real,img;

complex()

{

real = 0;

img = 0;

}

friend ostream & operator <<(ostream& ,complex& );

friend istream & operator >>(istream& ,complex& );

friend complex operator +(complex &c1,complex&a1);

friend complex operator -(complex &c2,complex&a2);

friend complex operator *(complex &c3,complex&a3);

friend complex operator /(complex &c4,complex&a4);

};

istream & operator >>(istream&in ,complex&obj )

{

cout<<"Enter the real part: ";

in>>obj.real;

cout<<"Enter the imaginary part: ";

in>>obj.img;

return in;

}

ostream & operator <<(ostream& out ,complex& obj )

{

cout<<"Complex No is :";

out<

}

complex operator +(complex &c1,complex&a1)

{

complex r1;

r1.real=c1.real+a1.real;

r1.img=c1.img+a1.img;

return r1;

}

complex operator -(complex &c2,complex&a2)

{

complex r2;

r2.real=c2.real-a2.real;

r2.img=c2.img-a2.img;

return r2;

}

complex operator *(complex &c3,complex&a3)

{

complex r3;

r3.real=c3.real*a3.real-c3.img*a3.img;

r3.img=c3.real*a3.img+c3.img*a3.real;

return r3;

}

complex operator /(complex &c4,complex&a4)

{

complex r4;

r4.real=(c4.real*a4.real+c4.img*a4.img) / (a4.real*a4.real+c4.img*c4.img);

r4.img=(-c4.real*a4.img+c4.img*a4.real) / (a4.real*a4.real+c4.img*c4.img);

return r4;

}

int main()

{

complex s,a,b,add,sub,mul,div;

cout< cout<<"Enter First Complex No:\n";

cin>>a;

cout<<"Enter Second Complex No:\n";

cin>>b;

int ch;

char ans ,y,Y;

do

{

cout<<"\nMENU:"< cout<<"1.Addition"< cout<<"2.Substraction"< cout<<"3.Multiplication"< cout<<"4.Division"< cout<<"Enter your Choice: ";

cin>>ch;

switch(ch)

{

case 1:

add=a+b;

cout<<"Addition of ";

cout< break;

case 2:

sub=a-b;

cout<<"Substraction of ";

cout< break;

case 3:

mul=a*b;

cout<<"Multiplication of ";

cout< break;

case 4:

div=a/b;

cout<<"Division of ";

cout<

break;

default:

cout<<"Please Enter valid choice";

break;

}

cout<<"\n Do you want to continue (y/n): ";

cin>>ans;

}

while(ans=='y'||ans=='Y');

return 0;

}

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