*Date*: Tue, 31 Jan 1995 14:11:32 -0600*From*: lu sun <ls2885@coewl.cen.uiuc.edu>*To*: sage-bugs@cica.indiana.edu*Subject*: operator overload problem*Cc*: ls2885@coewl.cen.uiuc.edu

I had some problem with the operators(+-*/) overloading for classes inheriting from FArray classes. I then tried to overload the operators directly to classes like FArrayFloat. Here is my demonstrative code: #include "FArray.h" ... FArrayFloat operator+(FArrayFloat& x, FArrayFloat& y) { ... } void Processor_Main() { ... } Then I checked the temp.C which was generated by pc++. I noticed these lines: ... Complex sqrt(const Complex &x); Complex operator -(const Complex &x); FArrayFloat operator +(double x, const Complex &y); Complex operator -(double x, const Complex &y); Complex operator *(double x, const Complex &y); Complex conj(const Complex &x); ... Why the declaration for Complex operator +(double x, const Complex &y) is replaced by FArrayFloat operator +(double x, const Complex &y);? -Lu Sun

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