Method Signature

In programming the way you can identify a method is through the couple of elements of its declaring – name of the method and a list containing its parameters. These two elements determine its specification, the so invoked signature of the method.

In this example the methods signature is its name (Print), and also its parameter (string text).

If our program has methods with the same names, but with different signatures, we can say that we have method overloading.

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