Getting Started with Java
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This video introduces the concept of Method Overloading in Java. Method overloading is simply defined as different methods with the name that differ from each other in terms of the number or type of arguments they accept and perform a similar operation. The second part of this video deals with variable scope where scope is defined as the part of the program in which you can access a variable. We discuss the scope for local variables and parameter variables along with the concept of disjoint scopes where variables can have the same name in different scopes.