how to declare overloaded function that has 2 parameters?

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    how to declare overloaded function that has 2 parameters?

    I want to declare a overloaded function that has 2 parameters like this:
    bool operator==(const String &first, const String &second);
    how to declare it in a class....please help me....

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    Do not declare it in a class, it should be a free function.
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