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Q1. Write a function empDate () to compare two dates, it should return I if date 1 is before date 2, -1 if date 2 is before date 1 and o if dates are same. Here dates should e user input. As the dates are user input before writing empDate () write a function Isvalid () to find whether the input dates are valid or not.
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Didn't get the answer. Please solve this n provide the code from starting to end.
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Sean Ewington 2-Jun-22 13:29pm
   
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Rick York 2-Jun-22 13:30pm
   
Nope. That's your job.

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Didn't get the answer. Please solve this n provide the code from starting to end.

You are learning, homework is practicing because you learn by trial and error.
Just giving you an answer, or finding one on internet will defeat the purpose of homework.

in the matter of dates using the format yyyymmdd internally simplify comparisons.
C++
int Date1= 20220602;
// or
string Date2= "20220602";
   
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