Object-Orientation FAQ

2.1) What Is Polymorphism?

Polymorphism is a ubiquitous concept in object-oriented programming and is
defined in many ways, so many definitions are presented from: Websters',
Author, Strachey, Cardelli and Wegner, Booch, Meyer, Stroustrup, and Rumbaugh.
Polymorphism is often considered the most powerful facility of an OOPL.

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