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If the Function has same parameter but different return type (int and float), Is it a overloading?
on 4/14/2011 | Category:
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Here, return type (int and float) is different. It's not overloading. Overloading will return same return type.
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on: 6/22/2011 |
Function overloading is done only based on number of parameters, types of parameter, and order of parameter, return type is not the criteria for function overloading.
on: 8/22/2011 |
we can do overloading,
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