Ask a developer, “What are the fundamental characteristics of object-oriented programming (OOP)?” and you will get an immediate reply saying, “Classes (and objects), inheritance, abstraction, encapsulation, and polymorphism are the most important characteristics in OOP”. In addition, when you analyze enterprise code that is based on OOP, you’ll find different forms of polymorphism. But the truth is, a novice programmer rarely uses the power of polymorphism. This chapter focuses on ...
1. Flexible Code Using Polymorphism
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