When designing classes, sometimes it’s important to provide multiple approaches to invoking a method if you anticipate that the code that will use an instance of your class. Perhaps each approach accomplishes the same task, but in a slightly different manner. Bob demonstrates how to overload a method declaration in order to provide multiple ways to call a method, providing a different set of input parameters for each. In doing so, Bob revisits the previous conversation about the difference between a “method header” and a “method signature”.
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