# 1. Given the following objects: A a; A b; C c; Where you can add functions...

###### Question:

1. Given the following objects:

A a;

A b;

C c;

Where you can add functions to class A and B but not C.

The expression a + b can be implemented using a member operator + function in what class?

C

B

A

2. Given the following objects:

A a;

A b;

C c;

Where you can add functions to class A and B but not C.

The expression c>>b can be implemented using a member operator >> function in what class

C

B

A

Given the following objects:

A a;

A b;

C c;

Where you can add functions to class A and B but not C.

The expression c<<b can be implemented using a member operator << function in what class

C

B

A

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