You can do it on whatever platform, as long as it works on a Linux machine.
Goals: Understanding operator overloading
Design and implement TimeSpan class which represents a duration in hours,
minutes and seconds.
The starter code can be downloaded from:
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You need to submit [login to view URL] with the following files in it. Put all the files below into a folder called "ass2", create a zip file of the folder and submit it. Do not submit executables or other files from IDE.
timespan.h - the prototypes of TimeSpan class functions (must support at least the functions shown in main above)
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The following files are provided for your convenience, but do not need to be changed
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.clang-tidy - this style file is provided, you do not need to modify it but you can if you want to enable or disable additional checks.
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7 freelancere byder i gennemsnit $28 timen for dette job
Hello, I have read the problem statement and I can get it done in no time. I have a lot of experience in coding (4 years+). WOuld love to work with you. Thanks Manas Agarwal
This sounds interesting. The actual reading and algorithms would take an hour, but it would take me a little longer to make sure everything is formatted as required. Let me know if you want to discuss more.