What’s overloading in OOP anyway? An example with C++.

In object-oriented programming (OOP), overloading refers to the ability of a class or its member functions to have multiple implementations with different parameters. An example of overloading in C++ would be a class called “Calculator” that has several different versions of a function called “add”: class Calculator { public:     int add(int a, int b);     double […]

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