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    Provide operator overloading functions to facilitate the following operations on any complex numbers A, B and C:
    a. A == B; overload Boolean operator == to test if A and B are equal
    b. C = A*B; overload multiplication operator *
    c. C = A/B; overload division operator /
    d. A = B; overload assignment operator =
    e. cin >> A >> B; overload stream operator >> to take user input for real and imaginary part of the number (You might want to create a friend function to facilitate
    Also, write a static function for the complexNumber class which initializes numCount variable. Your function takes an integer argument provided by user. Assign this:
    argument to numCount variable.
    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;class complexNumber {
    static int numCount; int Re, Imag;
    complexNumber(){numCount++;} // constructor with no argument
    complexNumber(int Real, int Imaginary){numCount++; cout << "constructor
    with argument is called" << endl;
    Re = Real; Imag = Imaginary;}// constructor with arguments
    ~complexNumber(){cout << "destructor is called" <<endl; numCount--;}
    complexNumber (complexNumber &anycomplex) {numCount++; cout <<endl;
    cout <<"Copy constructor called" << endl; Re = anycomplex.Re; Imag =
    anycomplex.Imag;} // copy constructor
    void printComplex(){ cout <<"number of active complex numbers= " <<
    numCount << " and present number.....= " << Re <<" + j" << Imag << endl;}
    complexNumber operator+(complexNumber &b){complexNumber temp; cout <<
    "overloaded + iscalled" << endl; temp.Re = Re + b.Re; temp.Imag = Imag +
    b.Imag; return temp;}
    complexNumber operator++(){complexNumber temp; cout << "overloaded
    ++(pre) called" << endl; temp.Re = ++Re; temp.Imag = ++Imag; return temp;}
    complexNumber operator++(int){complexNumber temp; cout << "overloaded
    ++(post) called" << endl; temp.Re = Re++; temp.Imag = Imag++; return temp;}
    friend ostream & operator<< (ostream &out, complexNumber
    &somecomplex){cout << "overloaded << called" <<endl; out <<
    somecomplex.Re<<"+ j" << somecomplex.Imag; return out;}
    int complexNumber::numCount = 0 ;
    void printC(complexNumber a) {a.printComplex();}
    int main (){
    complexNumber A, B(1,2), C(2,3);
    ++ B;
    A = B + C;
    A = B++;
    cout << A << B;
    return 0;

    Problem 2: Look at the following class definition:
    class Employee{
    private: static int numEmployee; // number of employees
    char * firstName; // first name of the employee
    char * lastName; // last name of employee
    public: // include your methods (constructors, destructors etc..
    a. constructor; should take two arguments for firstName and lastName
    b. copy constructor
    c. destructor
    d. Overload assignment operator =
    Note that we are using a pointer to character array, therefore, we must use deep copy; also, to facilitate that you must utilize the new/delete operator to create/destroy a dynamic array while designing your methods. You should adjust the numEmployee variable while creating/destroying an object.
    e. Provide a method that prints the number of employee, first name and last name of the employee. Show the use of above functions in your main program.

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    There are some points I want to make. Your code for complexNumber uses integers for real and imaginary parts of a complex ...

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    The expert examines classes and objects for assignment operators.