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Does overloading and overriding takes place in the same program one at compile time and one at run ?

 
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I've done constructor overloading in this program i.e. in . I'm a little bit confused with the concept of overloading and overriding regarding this program.


 
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Hi, can you be more specific about what it is you are not understanding. Are you expecting one thing and observing another? If so what?
 
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If you will post a block of unindented code, you needn’t expect anybody to be able to read it.
But in Java, overloading is resolved entirely at compile time and overriding (polymorphism) entirely at run time.
 
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