Describe overloading??, C/C++ Programming

A: Along with the C++ language, you can overload operators and functions. Overloading is the practice of supplying more than one definition for a provided function name in the same scope.

o   In a set of overloaded functions any two functions must have different argument lists.

o   Overloading functions  along with argument lists of the same types, depend on return type alone, is an error.

 

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