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    Default How does java support polymorphism?

    Could you please tell me how java supports polymorphism?
    It might be a stupid question.
    For me i want to know that.Share with me about that
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    sounds like a homework question to me. do you know what polymorphism is?

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    I've found Wikipedia's write-ups on OOPs terminology to be usually quite good. Have you looked there?

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    Yes I looked that.
    But i could not understand which java feature supports compile time polymorphism and which supports Run time polymorphism.

    Could you please tell me?
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