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method-params problem

 
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As said, <method-params> is used to identify overloaded methods, my question is do I need to list all parameters in my method? See if I have two overloaded methods:
f(int a, int b)
f()
If I want use the first method, my <method-params> must include both these two parameters, or just the first one?
Thanks.
 
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Both the Parameters.
 
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yes ,both the parameters
 
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