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    Homework assignment, eh? Wink

    As Blue ink said, when testing for equality, you use the == operator. = is an assignment operator.

    if a == b means if the value of a is equal to the value of b.

    a = b means assign the value of a to b.

    Now, after doing a = b,  a == b will always return true.

    When you get to overloading operators in your course, you can of course change the behavior either of these operators.