Hi Terminator you're back! (I'm so thrilled!)
Well, to answer your question, each struct created is an arrow that references to a particular object.
Therefore, you're seeing if the first arrow references the exact same struct that the 2nd struct is referencing.
No you can't compare structures using "==" operator. You will get the error "invalid operands to binary operator"
You need to compare them field by field.
"==" operator is a boolean operator so it needs lhs and rhs either as bool or a datatype convertible to bool.
structure is a compound datatype hence not convertible to bool(or BOOL)
Well yes we can because the "==" operator either makes the first variable/structure equals to the next variable/structure what I mean is if u put it in an if statement it checks if the two structures/variables are the same then it runs the if statement