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2 DOUBTS

 
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Hi Ranchers,

I have 2 Doubts,...


1.What is primodial Class?

2.Polimorhism is a matter of Overriding? Is it true.


Thanks in Advance....
 
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Madhu,

<on soapbox>
First of all the way you put your question, this doesn't look like a doubt, but more like uncertainties. Secondly you are posing two questions in one post, that is not really the way to do it. Next time make it a habit to ask one question per post.
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According to dictionary.com:
pri�mor�di�al /praɪˈmɔrdiəl/
Pronunciation[prahy-mawr-dee-uhl]

–adjective
1.constituting a beginning; giving origin to something derived or developed; original; elementary: primordial forms of life.
2.Embryology. first formed.
3.pertaining to or existing at or from the very beginning: primordial matter.

so that smells like a top-class.

According to K&B page 154: Polymorphism applies to overriding, not to overloading. So if you want to pass the exams/certification on that issue: believe it (I have my doubts about this statement but that is another matter and probably a matter of definition).


Cor

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