Object as Member of another class
Hello all expert C++ programmer, i have a noob question about object as member of another class.
For instance, there are two class which is class date and class employee. Class employee contains date object as a data member.
As i know from drybelk, he say that we cannot do this. We must use pointer or reference. This thread is located in this website but i cannot find. Therefore i start a new thread.
What confused me is i have read a book where do the opposite way which is class employee contains date object.
As far as i know, we must used member initialization list.
How come the book saying can include object as another class but drybelk say cannot ?
Sorry for english.
I hope you all can clear my doubts.
Thanks for your help.
A billion thanks for your help.
I very appreciated your help.
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