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Overloading and overriding are part of Polymorphism ?

Aashish Vyas
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Joined: May 09, 2012
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Basically I want to know in which way we can use polymorphism in java. I mean how many ways ?

can we use in --

1 ) Constructor overloading ?
2 ) method overloading ?
3 ) method overriding ?

Please reply ..
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

You will find many people have asked this sort of question if you search, particularly here. Or you can click the other underlined word in this post.
As far as I am concerned, polymorphism means overriding overriding and overriding.
Winston Gutkowski
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:As far as I am concerned, polymorphism means overriding overriding and overriding.

@Aashish: I totally agree with Campbell here; however it's possible that you've heard "static polymorphism" used in reference to method overloading.
As far as I'm concerned the term is an oxymoron, and the author deserves to have nasty things done to his private parts.

Winston


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Aashish Vyas
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Ok now I got that..

Thanks..
 
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