please see the charity to obstruct the ocean order for this provision.
Operator overloading Q/A
Q: This is from the exhortation but I don't unquestionably imply what's going on close:
d4 = d1;
A: Close we can do frequented provision if we overloaded the provision operator for the Date
Q: Provision or vision originator?
Date d2 = d1;//this is a vision originator. The selfselfsame as if I said:
//this is provision:
Date d1, d2;
d1 = d2;
Q: "But what do I add? Days? Months? Years? Tclose is some disjointedness close. Not to overload. "
Wouldn't it do all of them?
A: If I have:
d = d + 5;
Is it transparent what do I add to that bound d?
Q: Why is that istream and ostream?
A: in one instance you qualify the frequented input to the Date, in other instance you qualify frequented output. So you can:
cin>>d; //to interpret in frequentedly to the d.
cout<<d; //to imimprint frequentedly from the d.
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