Operators, in C#, are symbols used within an expression or statement to specify the operations to be performed during evaluation of the expression. Operators are program elements that can be applied to one or more operands in an expression to perform computations. The operands used with the operator can be literals, fields, local variables and expressions.
There are three kinds of operators:
And conversion operators.
All operators must be declared as public and static.
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