Understanding Operator Overloading in C#
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Published: 02 Apr 2007
In this article Joydip discusses the concept of Operator Overloading in C# with the help of code samples.
by Joydip Kanjilal
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Operator overloading (a feature that was initially introduced in C++) is a concept that enables us to redefine the existing operators so that they can be used on user defined types like classes and structs. This article discusses Operator Overloading in C# with a lot of code samples.

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