Moreover, there is a great Java book for beginners: Head First Java by Kathy and Bert Bates. Don't be fooled with its layout (rather unconventional) but it works much better than the boring standard Java text books.
This is a java beginner forum. he can ask such questions.
Agree. Stop being rude to the original questioner.
An overloaded method (well actually overloaded methods) means several methods in the same class with the same identifier. Find System.out in the API; it is (I think) a PrintStream object. It has about 10 versions of the print() method. These are overloaded methods; each has a different set of parameters.
An overridden method is a method which has the same signature (identifier and parameters) as a method in its superclass, but has a different body.
If there are any more details required, this topic will come up in your lectures or you can find it in the books. Also here, and here, in the Java tutorial.
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