How do I put time in enqueue link list?

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    How do I put time in enqueue link list?

    I need help on how to enqueue time. An example is
    Code:
     pqueue.enqueue("Name", 11:00);
    But it will read an error because the ( : ) is there. So how can I do it so that I can output time.

    Desired outpout:

    Name 11:00

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    your container class will need to accept the time as a string, and (optionally) convert it to some internal time representation.

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    You can store time as a string, as a custom struct, or as a time_t. If you're not doing arithmetic with time, then a string is simplest. But you can't just write 10:00 and expect the language to interpret it as time.
    It is too clear and so it is hard to see.
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