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Overloading Performance

If Overloading is not going to help to increase performance then why we need to use same name for different methods?
Asked by: swapnaskmr | Member Since Jun-2010 | Asked on: Sep 21st, 2010

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Answered On : Nov 27th, 2010

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By using Overloading, we implement Polymorphism in Java that is why same mehods can act as differently in situations by using overloading.

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Answered On : Dec 28th, 2010

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Their is no such use for programmer, their is signifigance for user, he/ she has no need to know and remember a lot of method name, one can do different work.

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