I have a really, really bad idea. I’d like to create a string that can be appended to or prepended to using custom operators. The goal here is to demonstrate the use of operator overloading, but also offer a bit of caution about creating operators that do not do the expected behavior.
Some examples of what this syntax might look like when using normal strings:
Note: I’m using parentheses here instead of angled brackets - angled brackets aren’t supported in YouTube descriptions
More information about using operator overloads is available here, including a list of supported operators: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/csharp/language-reference/operators/operator-overloading
I’ve put together a second video on this topic that uses this functionality for a slightly more useful reason. We create an
AppendableList that enables you to add and remove objects using the
- operators. You can watch that here: https://youtu.be/vavFf1Qiz20
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