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Originally posted by yasoda aravapalli: Please can you say me why operator overloading is not provided in java...where as c++ provided it. If it is present,we can override == just like overriding the equals().
No operator overloading make JAVA simple. You always need to overriding the equals() , never use == to check Object.
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