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pkfox wrote:
ypu can declare like
someclass someclassob {get;set;}

That's a new one on me, I must look it up.


As I mentioned you need to add a parameterless constructor to the class, and some method that allows you to add a filename at runtime. something like:
class BillingDates
{
public:
    BillingDates();
    BillingDates(std::string InputFile);
    void addFile(std::string InputFile);
    void ProcessDates();
// stuff removed for readability
};
// the implementation of addFile will do the same as the constructor that takes a filename.

You can then write:
BillingDates *bData;
BillingDates bData2;

// and later on something like
bData2.addFile("your file name here");
bData = &bData2;

But I really don't know why you need any of that. All you really need is:
BillingDates *bData;

// and later on something like

bData = new BillingDates("your file name here");

Does that make (any) sense?
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