Overriding the + and – operators in C# .NET

It’s easy to override the mathemtical operators like + or – in C# to build custom operations.

Consider the following simple Rectangle class:

public class Rectangle
{
	public Rectangle(int width, int height)
	{
		Height = height;
		Width = width;
	}

	public int Width
	{
		get;
		set;
	}

	public int Height
	{
		get;
		set;
	}
}

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Overriding the + and – operators in C# .NET

It’s easy to override the mathemtical operators like + or – in C# to build custom operations.

Consider the following simple Rectangle class:

public class Rectangle
{
	public Rectangle(int width, int height)
	{
		Height = height;
		Width = width;
	}

	public int Width
	{
		get;
		set;
	}

	public int Height
	{
		get;
		set;
	}
}

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