Computer Science Fundamentals (CS153 2004S)

Class 39: Polymorphism

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Held: Friday, 9 April 2004

Summary: Today we consider issues of polymorphism. In essence, polymorphism is the ability to use a variety of objects with similar capabilities in the same way (e.g., as parameters to the same procedure).

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