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Originally published in Queue vol. 3, no. 5
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pip010 | Thu, 07 May 2015 12:24:28 UTC

IMHO it is neither overloading nor custom defined operators the culprit, but it is: implicit conversation. For one thing I hoped we can have almost any character available to be defined as user operator. You can always have broken semantics with or without overloading. That's the whole point of abstraction and the ability to talk with a language of the domain , no!?

David | Mon, 04 May 2015 13:17:34 UTC

This is nonsense! Please learn C++ before writing something about it!

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