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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

(true/false) The operator+ must have arguments that are the same class as the object the method is called on.

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  1. anonymous
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    What language?

  2. anonymous
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    For C++ that's false as the + operator can be overloaded to deal with different classes.

  3. anonymous
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    this is not really a good example...but think about adding a float and an int 1.0 + 1 the compiler doesn't get angry at you. so ya false

  4. shadowfiend
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