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Default EX9_03.CPP "bug" found/explained

EX9_03.CPP (Exercising the overloaded 'greater than' operator) works as it should.

However, on page 337, Ivor incorrectly states that this code will not work:

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if(aBox > 20.0)

In fact, this code does work, and does not give any errors.

To refresh your memory, the reason the code was not supposed to work was because the overloaded operator ">" can only deal with comparing two CBox objects, not one CBox ojbect versus a float value.

This is why it works:

The constructor and destructor is called and a new CBox object is created! Its volume equals the 20.0 float value! It is this object that is compared to aBox! The dimensions of this box is lv = 20.0, bv = 1.0, and hv = 1.0. Once it is done, the CBox object is destroyed.

(There exists the possibility that it works because my verson of MSVC++ is 7, and not 6. Perhaps this did not work in version 6, but I believe it will.)

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