Polymorphism

Polymorphism means same operation can be defined in multiple forms.
There are two types of polymorphism:
Compile Time & Run-time polymorphism

Example of Compile Time polymorphism:- Method Overloading

It means having two or more methods having same name but different signature.
-the methods can be in the same class or different class (inherited).
-constructor overloading is also possible.
-it is not mandatory to have different return type, but either the number of parameters or parameters type should be different.

Example of Run time Polymorphism:- Method Overriding

Two or more methods with same signature but different implementation but in different class (base & inherited).

eg:- Using New & Override

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