Lesson 10 - Overloading operators in C++
In the previous lesson, Static Class Members in C++, we introduced static class members in C++. In today's C++ tutorial, we'll talk about overloading operators in C++ and declare some.
What's an operator? Operators are operations that we execute in code using
special syntax. You already know almost all the operators - arithmetic
operations with numbers, binary operations, increments and many others. We can
redefine this special syntax (
&&, etc) and
implement their function for our own data types. For a list of all C++
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