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An overview of ABL : Object-Oriented Concepts Overview : Method Overloading

Method Overloading

Methods with the same name in a class are called overloaded methods. Method overloading allows a class to define multiple methods with the same name, but different signatures. That is, it allows you to define different methods that have the same name, but that respond to correspondingly different messages sent to an instance of the class.
For more information on Object-oriented programming, see the guide OpenEdge Development: Object-oriented Programming.