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    Question Operator Overloading

    What is benefit of using Operator overloading in C, C++, c#?


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    Re: Operator Overloading

    Operator Overloading is for using the single operator for multiple operations.


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    Re: Operator Overloading

    c# is the language based on oops methodology & this methodology is designed to save the resource used, time and minimise the errors. Operator overloading is one of the method fulfiling this purpose of oops.


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    Re: Operator Overloading

    Quote Originally Posted by sivasubbu View Post
    What is benefit of using Operator overloading in C, C++, c#?
    Operator overloading means one operator behaves different types
    that means + is used for addition at the same time '+' this is also used for string
    concatination........


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    Re: Operator Overloading

    The main benefit of an operator overloading is extensiblity. An operator will act differently according to the given operands.


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    Re: Operator Overloading

    it is maily to reuse same objects.


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