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Ok C++ is not mt my main language so please bear with me.

For my question I will use this class
class BillingDates
{
public:
    BillingDates(std::string InputFile);
    void ProcessDates();
    rapidjson::Document doc;
    std::string InputFile;
    std::string YearStartDate;
    std::string YearEndDate;
    std::string BBFDate;
    std::string BillIssueDate;
    std::string BillIssueDateLong;
    int CurrentFinancialYear = 0;
    std::ifstream InputStream;
};

And in my main program I declare a pointer and an object to the class thus
BillingData *bData;
BillingData bData2;

I can then create my pointer so
bData = new BillingDates("path to my file");
how can I create an instance for bData2 ?
I know I can do it like this
BillingData bData2("path to my file");
but that will create a new var and not use my previously declared var.
Hope this makes sense
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