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Scala Operators


Operator Overloading

In Scala you can define your own operators:

class Team {
 def +(member: Person) = ...

With the above defines you can use it like:

ITTeam + Jack



To define unary operators you can prefix it with unary_. E.g. unary_!

class MyBigInt {
 def unary_! = ...
var a: MyBigInt = new MyBigInt
var b = !a


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