C# – Is it possible to create a new operator in c#

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I know you can overload an existing operator. I want to know if it is possible to create a new operator. Here's my scenario.

I want this:

var x = (y < z) ? y : z;

To be equivalent to this:

var x = y <? z;

In other words, I would like to create my own <? operator.

Best Solution

No, it is not possible. You would need to create a method instead