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difference between redefining and overridding

 
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hi guys can any one give me an example of an method redefining and overridiing a method.I have read that static variable can be redefiend could not be override.the example they have given seems to be override so pls explain me any one
 
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Consider this example.



The output is



Notice that print() is a class method, and printName() is an instance method.

When you call the method print() with a Test11 reference to a Test10 object, it calls the static method print() in Test11.

When you call the method printName() with a Test11 reference to a Test10 object, it calls the overridden printName() method in Test10.
 
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