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Overloading "-" operator: binary and unary

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I have the following code snippet that overloads the "-" operator:

// unary
public static Vector operator -( Vector v )
return new Vector( -v.X, -v.Y );

// binary
public static Vector operator -( Vector v1, Vector v2 )
return new Vector( v1.X-v2.X, v1.Y-v2.Y );

It compiles fine, but when I switch to "Class View" in "Solution Explorer"
both operators have a red exclamation sign and a message: "Unable to create

Is it something wrong or just a weirdness of VS.NET 2003?

Nov 17 '05 #1
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