troubleshooting Question

Deriving from streambuf

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Iam new to streams and C++ and Im writing a generic logging for my app and I want to have something like this,

it will display activities on the console and have an option to write it on a logfile, each line must have a timestamp before the text.

but in my classes and other source file, i want to use something like this
  int i = 5;
  cout << "this is a sample text";
  cout << "there are " << i << " connections";
  mobj << "this is a sample text";
  mobj << "there are " << i << " connections";

cout or mobj must handle the timestamp thing, and the decision to write it on a text file.

I need a sample code that does this thing


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