Operator declaration must be one of: +,-,*,\,/,^, &, Like, Mod, And, Or, Xor, Not, <<, >>...
Updated: July 20, 2015
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You can declare only an operator that is eligible for overloading. The following table lists the operators you can declare.
Note that the
= operator in the binary list is the comparison operator, not the assignment operator.
Error ID: BC33000
Select an operator from the set of overloadable operators.
If you need the functionality of overloading an operator that you cannot overload directly, create a
Functionprocedure that takes the appropriate parameters and returns the appropriate value.