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Old 12-04-2004, 06:37 PM
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Default Operator Overloading in VB 2005 - Dealing with fractions

I'm very excited about being able to impliment Operator Overloading in Visual Basic 2005. So much so that it was the first thing I did when I finally got the opportuniy to take Visual Studio 2005 for a test drive.

I decided to write a little tutorial about it and I'm posting it here for others to see what it is like. The tutorial is in RTF format and can be found in the zip file attached (it was too long to post). I'm also including a complete project that deals with fractions in Visual Basic 2003 and Visual Basic 2005 for comparison. Both versions have been somewhat tested but if you find bugs please let me know.

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Subclassing|Magnetic Forms|Operator Overloading (VB2K5)|QuickSnip.NET

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