Learn how to implement a Fraction's class—which is ideally suited for overloaded operators and how to overload operators in Visual Basic.
Overloading the constructor of a class, which is the method called when you instantiate an object, ensures that your object is populated with all the information it needs to operate properly.
The next release of C# (ECMA-334, 3rd Edition) includes the ability to use nullable data types. If you are unfamiliar with nullable types, this introduction is for you!
VB.NET 2.0 enables you to utilize overloaded operators, which not only are easy to implement but also can provide your classes with intuitive operators. Learn how to use this powerful feature.
One of these concepts included with C#, but not with Visual Basic .NET, is the ability to overload operators.