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VOperator overloading/creation?

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Operator overloading seems very useful, as it's described for VB.NET 2005.
Is it also possible to *create* new operators (as opposed to overloading
existing operators)?
For example, if I wanted to create a new operator called "Times" that
did the same thing as the "*" operator to allow statements like:

a=b Times c

Could it be done?
Nov 21 '05 #1
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"Sam Marrocco" <sm****************@gtninc.com> schrieb:
Operator overloading seems very useful, as it's described for VB.NET 2005.
Is it also possible to *create* new operators (as opposed to overloading
existing operators)?


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