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what's the output? overload?

kwan Jang
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Joined: Sep 24, 2006
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class Super{
public int getLength(){ return 4;}
}
public class Sub extends Super{
public long getLength(){ return 5;}
public static void main(String args[]){

Super sooper = new Super();
Sub sub=new Sub();
System.out.println(sooper.getLength()+","+sub.getLength());

}
}


a:4,4 b:4,5 c:5,4 d:5,5 e:compilation fails.
[ November 28, 2006: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
Micheal John
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Joined: Nov 01, 2006
Posts: 344
It's not overloaded. It will give you compilation error.
Since compiler thought of overriding the getLength() with different return type. For Overloading return type alone should nto be different, but also the signature..
try this


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David A. Scott
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Additionally, it's not a valid override because the return types do differ.
kwan Jang
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kwan Jang
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It must be overload or override,if two methods have the same name?
Greg L Tonn
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Joined: Nov 27, 2006
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Two or more methods could have the same name and not be Overloaded or Overriden. They call it Hidden methods and they are not very good they can cause hard to find bugs.

You cannot just look at the name of the method, you need to look at the whole method signature.
 
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