Operator Overloading in C++ - What is Operator Overloading

Operator Overloading :-
                             Operator Overloading is a technique to overload an operator with assigning a additional operation to it for example if we want to add two numbers then simply we use the (+) operator but if we want to add two strings objects with (+) operator then we need to overload it.

In C++ the operator overloading is very easy and very efficiently.

We can overload some of the operators not all operators.

Example to overload a binary operator in C++

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