Constructors not working
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Sat Sep 3 05:11:11 UTC 2022
On Friday, 2 September 2022 at 18:39:27 UTC, rikki cattermole
> I think you are wanting opAssign not opBinary.
> Also you made a mistake, since its a struct you don't want to
> new it when you construct and return it.
> return new Time(secos / 3600, (secos % 3600) / 60, secos % 60);
> Would be a ``Time*`` not ``Time`` which is what you returned.
And shouldn't an `opAssign` be `void` anyways? Doubt there's many
people writing stuff like `auto c = (a = b);`, where `a` is a
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