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Tuesday, August 15, 2006 

Understanding implicit operator overloading in C#

Everyone knows that in dotnet byte, char, int, long etc are value data type and string is a reference data type. Even though being a reference type string behaves much like a value type. In other word, It can directly accepts values and doesn't require new to create an instance. For example...

string name = "M. Aamir Maniar"; //Directly accepts the value

This article explains you how to achive such kind of functionality using implicit operator overloading in C#.

For detailed article click following link.

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Thanks for sharing this. Awesome ideas and tips. :)

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