Those = plural of that
These = plural of this
The two words differ only in the sense that 'these' refers to nearer things and 'those' refers to farther things. The author has to make the call on which they prefer, especially with abstract concepts.
For this sentence, I'd recommend omitting both:
In D, all special functions start with op followed by a capital letter.
Or even omitting "all" (although you may prefer to leave it in).
Special functions start with op followed by a capital letter.
"Like" and "as" mean something similar, so you don't need both.
As in Python, operators can be overloaded and [as in Python] overloading is done by defining special functions.
The above parenthetical is meant to indicate those words are optional (although, you may prefer to leave them in).