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// note: {0} is explicit initialization.

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

struct Date {
	string day;
	string month;
	string year;
};

void printDateDMY(Date date) { // does this work?
	cout << "The Current Date (in Day/Month/Year) Format Is:" << endl;
	cout << date.day << '/' << date.month << '/' << date.year << endl; // DMY FORMAT
}

void printDateMDY(Date date) {
	cout << "The Current Date (in Month/Day/Year) Format Is:" << endl;
	cout << date.month << '/' << date.day << '/' << date.year << endl;
}

struct Date getDate() {
	Date date;						// i should only have to create one instance of the date struct right?

	cout << "Day:" << endl;			// could someone please tell me if this is okay code (copied from an example website)?
	cin >> date.day;
	cout << "Month:" << endl;
	cin >> date.month;
	cout << "Year:" << endl;
	cin >> date.year;

	cin.sync();

	return date;
}

int main() {
	Date date = getDate();			// this seems like bad code, i dunno.
	printDateDMY(date);
	printDateMDY(date);

	return 0;
}
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