Synopsis In this project, you'll improve the basic linked list class I wrote in several ways, by adding several functions and developing it into a template class. The functions you need to write are the following: copy constructor assignment operator istream operator addition operator boolean equality operator (operator==) boolean inequality operator (operator!=) Details/Hints Don't forget to watch out for self-assignment in the assignment operator. The input format for a linked list that we'll use is the following. Suppose we're inputting a linked list of strings. Then the input stream will contain a positive integer N, which is the number of elements in the list, and then a sequence of N strings separated by whitespace. For example, the following is acceptable: llist Ls; cin >> Ls; // user inputs // 4 foo hello computers rule The addition operator should merge two lists into a third, while making sure that the third is in sorted order. All the functions and declarations should be kept in one file, which I'm calling "llistT.h". This is the file you should edit and submit using the handin program. Files Here's the original linked list class that only implements a linked list of characters and doesn't have the functions you're writing. Here's a test file that will work with the original linked list class. Here's the linked list file that's been partially upgraded and is ready for you to modify. This is the file you should edit and hand in using the handin program. Here's a test program that tries out all the functions you're implementing.
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