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If a method is overloaded in a class as many number of as possible.
What steps should the compiler follow to find the matching method basing on the argument/arguments passed in that method?
 
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Hi Smita,

You can check these two threads from JavaRanch. These are just few. You can find number of threads in the JavaRanch SCJP Forum.

[About implicit conversion]

[Mega cool feature in java 1.5]

[Choosing the most specific method from JLS Third Edition]


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