Expand your Fraction class to include all of the following (all examples are for a fraction half that has a numerator of 1 and a denominator of 2):
* Overload ==, <, <=, >, >= operators (use the decimal values to compare);
* Overload = operator (assigns the numerator and denominator to the fraction);
* Overload ++ so that 1/3 becomes 2/3 for example.
* Overload -- so that 2/3 becomes 1/3 for eaxample.
* It is OK if the numerator is negative.

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#include "Fraction.h"

Fraction::Fraction() {
    numerator = 0;
    denominator = 1;

Fraction::Fraction(const Fraction& o) {
    this->numerator = o.numerator;
    this->denominator = o.denominator;

Fraction::~Fraction() {

void Fraction::setDenominator(int denominator) {
    // denominator cannot be zero
    if (denominator == 0) {
       this->denominator = 1;
       this->denominator = denominator;

void Fraction::setNumerator(int numerator) {   
    this->numerator = numerator;
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