Posted On: Feb 22, 2018
Polymorphism is the process when the same method is applied using different implementation techniques. Polymorphism is of two types:
Compile time polymorphism: when an operator is overloaded.
Runtime polymorphism: when an operator is overridden
For example – If a particular class has Void Add (), then polymorphism can be accomplished by the overload technique, then the Void Add() becomes Void Add(int a, int b) and Void Add(int add).
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