Check if two instances of my class are equal using templates
I want to check if two instances of my class are equal(in C++), there are no pointers in the class. I understand that I would need to override the = operator and manually check all the fields. I am aware of that solution. The problem is that I have like around 100 members in the class, and I would want to do it for many classes of similar sizes. My questions is if there is a way to templatize this? Is this possible? I am fine using velocity.
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