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Number 1 isn't a question but anyway for each of those topics is a huge amount of info out there. What don't you exactly get?
"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand." --- Martin Fowler
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Wouter Oet wrote:Number 1 isn't a question but anyway for each of those topics is a huge amount of info out there. What don't you exactly get?
Actually i know polymorphism :- it is one of the OO principle, and polymorphism means like a person performing different tasks. In home as a father and in an organization as an employee.
Example :- methodoverriding
But i heared that polymorphism is two types dynamic and static polymorphism and examples for dynamic - method overriding and for static - method overloading..
1.According to my knowledge methodOverloading doesnot comes under polymorphism itself.
2.Another thing i heared in inheritance static methods are comes under static polymorphism.
so i want to know is there is static polymorphism ? and if there wil static methods in inheritance comes under static polymorphism ?