it was mentioned that you "can do operator overloading-like things with functions", so how would he do this?
it'd probably end up looking like:Code:
cout << "Hello, my " << personal_info_part[i] << " is " << val[i];
but i don't think even THAT works!Code:
cout(cout(cout(cout("Hello, my ", personal_info_part[i]), " is ") val[i]);