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What really means "overloaded", with other words? [closed]

asked 2014-03-27 15:27:39 +0100

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updated 2014-03-27 15:28:13 +0100

Hello! Please, what means the expression "overloaded" in that context:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libra...

And what particularly means: "member"? (here) Many thanks!

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What does this have to do with LibreOffice? We are not any Microsoft support. Please give us more context!

Dennis Roczek gravatar imageDennis Roczek ( 2014-03-27 16:00:07 +0100 )edit

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answered 2014-03-27 20:07:02 +0100

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That are technical terms from object oriented programming (OOP). Search for 'overloading' and 'member' with the additional search item 'OOP', or get a textbook about OOP.

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answered 2014-03-27 19:11:46 +0100

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When MSO doesn't work people come quickly to LibO, the better alternative!

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A nice one :)

mahfiaz gravatar imagemahfiaz ( 2014-03-27 23:26:08 +0100 )edit
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answered 2014-03-27 16:09:37 +0100

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It is highly likely they really meant that the function can have different meanings depending on the (types of the) arguments you provide. It is also called having "optional arguments".

Also, what @dennis-roczek said.

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