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C++ Functions

## C++ Functions

# Function Overloading Practice

Завдання

Let's create a C++ program for a shape calculator that uses function overloading to calculate the area of different shapes (rectangle, circle, and triangle). These functions will have the same name but will be able to calculate area for different types of figures.

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.

Завдання

Let's create a C++ program for a shape calculator that uses function overloading to calculate the area of different shapes (rectangle, circle, and triangle). These functions will have the same name but will be able to calculate area for different types of figures.

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.

Все було зрозуміло?

# Function Overloading Practice

Завдання

Let's create a C++ program for a shape calculator that uses function overloading to calculate the area of different shapes (rectangle, circle, and triangle). These functions will have the same name but will be able to calculate area for different types of figures.

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.

Завдання

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.

Все було зрозуміло?

# Function Overloading Practice

Завдання

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.

Завдання

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.

Все було зрозуміло?

Завдання

Your task is to create overloaded `calculateArea()`

functions. All arguments must have **double** type:

- The first function must have two positional arguments,
`length`

and`width`

(the order of arguments must be the same!). - The second function must have one argument named
`radius`

. - The third function must have three arguments,
`a`

,`b`

and`c`

. These arguments represent the length of all sides of the triangle.