C# program to overload binary operator '*'

In this article, we will learn about how to overload a binary multiply ‘*’ operator in C#? It’s an example of overload binary operator ‘*’ asterisk in C#.Net.
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on March 15, 2018

Problem statement

Write a C# program to overload binary operator '*'.

Program to overload binary '*' operator in C#

Here, we will create a sample class with data member X. Assign value using Set() method and print data member value using printValue() method.

using System;
using System.Collections;

namespace ConsoleApplication1
    class Sample
        private int X;
        public Sample()
            X = 0;

        public void Set(int v)
            X = v;
        public static Sample operator *(Sample S1, Sample S2)
            Sample temp = new Sample();

            temp.X = S1.X * S2.X;
            return temp;

        public void printValue()
            Console.WriteLine("Value : {0}", X);

    class Program
        static void Main()
            Sample S1 = new Sample();            
            Sample S2 = new Sample();
            Sample S3 = new Sample();


            S3 = S1 * S2;



Value : 30
Value : 20
Value : 600

In this program we created two object of class sample S1, S2 and S3. Then multiply value of S1 and S2 and assigned to S3.

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