Hi,

I am doing some hw on classes, and i am really stuck on a member function i am working on.

i need to subtract two time stamps, and return the difference.

void TimeStamp::diff( TimeStamp &ts2, int &weeks, int &days, int &hours, int &minutes ) {

// subtract 2 timestamps

// convert to weeks, days, hours, minutes...

// weeks = days / 7;

// days = day % 7;

// days += 365 * years;

// year day hour minute

// ---- --- ---- ------

// y1 d1 h1 m1

// - y2 d2 h2 m2

// ---------------------------

// [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]

// look out for negative numbers, where as if m1 and m2 return neg, u need to compestate by adding then to the hour column

}

this is the def:

class TimeStamp {

private:

int year;

int month;

int day;

int hour;

int minute;

static const int daysInMonth[ 13 ];

public:

TimeStamp() {};

TimeStamp( int yr, int mo, int da, int ho, int mi );

void display();

bool operator >( TimeStamp &rhs );

void diff( TimeStamp &ts2, int &weeks, int &days, int &hours, int &minutes );

private:

int dayofyear();

};

what i cant figure out is, how do i get the data? the user puts in from standard input teh values of t1 and t2, and i need to find the difference, but the reading of those values (at least as of now) arent stored in private data....so i am really puzzled in what to do....

actually, very stuck, i just need a bit of help to start me off so i can go on my way....

i hope i gave enough info for some1 to help me a bit.

thanks!

TimeStamp t;

int yr, int mo;

cin >> yr >> mo;

t.setYear(yr);

t.setMonth(mo);