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IMO, arithmetic operator overloading is evil, and I see no reason to replace .NET's Remove, RemoveAt, Add, InsertAt and AddRange methods.
Of course, the duck-typed advocates love this sort of crap because you can have a function that takes a string, an array, a number, whatever, and "+" will do whatever the interpreter deems appropriate for the types. I will never be comfortable with that kind of madness.
That doesn't seem to work from the Explorer address bar in Windows 10. It just opens the default browser and searches for "dir | c:\windows\system32\clip" - and to make matters worse, it searches with Bing!
I guess I should be grateful that they're honouring my default browser, even if they're going to ignore my default search engine.
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