# How can we do Python operator overloading with multiple operands?

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You can do Python operator overloading with multiple operands just like you would do it for binary operators. For example, if you want to overload the + operator for a class, you'd do the following −

## Example

class Complex(object):
def __init__(self, real, imag):
self.real = real
self.imag = imag
real = self.real + other.real
imag = self.imag + other.imag
return Complex(real, imag)
def display(self):
print(str(self.real) + " + " + str(self.imag) + "i")

a = Complex(10, 5)
b = Complex(5, 10)
c = Complex(2, 2)
d = a + b + c
d.display()

## Output

This will give the output −

17 + 17i
Updated on 05-Mar-2020 07:32:31