C# Operator Overloading

C# Code Snippets Operator Overloading


In this code snippet, we will take a look at operator overloading in C#.

Just like methodsoperators can be overloaded too. In the code below we have an example with geometric shapes. If we use the + operator on two objects of GeomentricShapes we get an error. This happens because the compiler doesn’t know what is supposed to happen when the  operator is used on a GeomentricShapes object. We have to overload the operator and write the code to be executed when two GeomentricShapes objects are added together. 

Let’s look at the code example below to see how to overload operators.


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Resulting output:


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