Mohit... Your answer is right... The answer given above is wrong... Better you execute the program and come to conclusion... Believing the answer theortically does not lead to exploration of concepts...
This will compile fine, but, the answer is some what different. The concept behind this is called as choose the most specific method invocation.
If more than one member method is both accessible and applicable to a method invocation, it is necessary to choose one to provide the descriptor for the run-time method dispatch. The Java programming language uses the rule that the most specific method is chosen.
The informal intuition is that one method is more specific than another if any invocation handled by the first method could be passed on to the other one without a compile-time type error.