Operator Overloading

◀ Inline Function▶ Operator Overloading for Member Functions
Amazon Operator overloading is perhaps one of the most powerful tools that C++ provides. The idea is to make an operator work with multiple data types. For example, cout is a heavily overloaded function because you can use it to output an int, a char, and a string.

However, when you want cout to work with user-defined class objects, you need to write a function to overload cout even further.
You can overload an operator inside a class as a member function or outside a class as a non-member function. We’ll explore both ways in the following sections!
◀ Inline Function▶ Operator Overloading for Member Functions

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