I'm making C++ all over again!
I'm making a HUGE library, (object-module), and in order to put the functions to use, I had to redefine every data type. It wasn't that hard, because I just made a class, and the only data member is an instance of the primitive data type. Most of the operators I can do, but I need to know one thing. I'm now going to overload the equality ( < > == <= >=) operators. Now in the function for the operator, if the condition is true, what do i return to make the if statement work. if it's false? And how would I handle the operator for dereferencing?
Thanks in advance if you can help, I hate you if you can't (nothing personal, I just don't like you!)