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Why Operator Overloading is not supported in Java

Form JVM perspective supporting operator overloading is more difficult and if the same thing can be achieved by using method overloading in more intui
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Form JVM perspective supporting operator overloading is more difficult and if the same thing can be achieved by using method overloading in more intuitive and clean way it does make sense to not support operator overloading in java. a complex JVM will result in slower JVM than a relatively simpler JVM and reduce the opportunity of optimization by taking out guaranteed behavior of operators in java.

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