What does operator overloading allow you to do?

Here is the answer of the question: What does operator overloading allow you to do?

  • hide built-in operatores when necessary
  • add methods to be interpreted by the compiler at runtime
  • define how enums and other primitive value types work within the rest of the application
  • define custom functionality for common operators like addition and equality

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