Overloading

Java Made Clear: Difference Static binding Dynamic binding

Difference Static binding Dynamic binding Java, being an OOPs language, supports both static binding and dynamic binding. Coming to our topic, a class may have overloaded and overridden methods. When to call which method is decided (binded) sometimes by compiler and sometimes by JVM at runtime. Why this disparity? Why…

Method overloading vs Method Overriding Java

Method overloading and method overriding are two concepts supported by a OOPs language. Method overloading Definition: Using the same method number of times in the same class but with different parameters is known as method overloading. Advantages: The same method call gives different outputs when called different times. For example,…

Overloading and Overriding Java

Overloading and Overriding, are two terms very confusing for a for a Beginner learning Java. Read this, and say you are still confused. Both are supported by OOPS languages like Java and C++ but not by C-lang. To explain, I take it granted you know methods and inheritance in Java.…

Java Overload Main Method

Java Overload Main Method Summary: It is a frequent asked interview question. Your answer is YES and is explained in simple terms in this tutorial "Java Overload Main Method". Method overloading is nothing but using the same method in the same class a number of times with different parameters. Just…

Constructors and Constructor overloading

A constructor looks more like a method but without return type. Moreover, the name of the constructor and the class name should be the same. The advantage of constructors over methods is that they are called implicitly whenever an object is created. In case of methods, they must be called…