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posted by Fran .
Write a program that asks for the length and width of two rectangles. The program should tell the user which rectangles has the greater area, or if the area are the same.

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#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
class Rectangle
{
private:
int width, height;
public:
Rectangle(int width=0, int height=0) : width(width), height(height) { }
int getWidth() {
return width;
}
int getHeight() {
return height;
}
};
istream& operator>> (istream& is, Rectangle& r) {
is >> r.width >> r.height;
return is;
}
ostream& operator<< (ostream& os, Rectangle& r) {
os << r.getWidth() << " " << r.getHeight();
return os;
}
Rectangle operator+ (Rectangle& r1, Rectangle& r2) {
int w = r1.getWidth() * r2.getHeight() + r2.getWidth() * r1.getHeight();
int h = r1.getWidth() * r2.getHeight();
return Rectangle(w, h);
}
Rectangle operator (Rectangle& r1, Rectangle& r2) {
int w = r1.getWidth() * r2.getHeight()  r2.getWidth() * r1.getHeight();
int h = r1.getWidth() * r2.getHeight();
return Rectangle(w, h);
}
bool operator< (Rectangle& r1, Rectangle&r2) {
return r1.getWidth() * r2.getHeight() < r2.getWidth() * r1.getHeight();
}
bool operator== (Rectangle& r1, Rectangle&r2) {
return r1.getWidth() * r2.getHeight() = r2.getWidth() * r1.getHeight();
}
int main() {
int w, h;
for (int i=0; i<3; i++) {
cout << "Enter width and height of the first rectangle: ";
cin >> w >> h;
Rectangle r1(w,h);
cout << "Enter width and height of the second rectangle: ";
cin >> w >> h;
Rectangle r2(w,h);
if (r1 == r2)
cout << "The area of both rectangles are the SAME!" << endl << endl;
else if (r1 > r2)
cout << "The area of the first rectangle is LARGER!" << endl << endl;
else
cout << "The area of the first rectangle is SMALLER!" << endl << endl;
}
return 0;
}
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