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Submitted: Apr 29 2013 / 20:00

Rust offers several features that may make frustrated C++ programmers feel more at home. One of those features is operator overloading, for at least some common operators. The technique of overloading operators in Rust is handled through traits: the Rust manual describes overloading by saying, "[arithmetic operator] expressions are syntactic sugar for calls to built-in traits, defined in the core::ops module of the core library. This means that arithmetic operators can be overridden for user-defined types." So, how does one use these built-in traits?
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