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  • adv. In a polymorphic manner; having multiple manifestations


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  • Her partners are the engagingly prickly guitarist Nels Cline, the stalwart bassist Todd Sickafoose and the polymorphically propulsive drummer Jim Black.

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  • Together, these two features allow a non-polymorphic concrete inheritance setup to use polymorphic loading on a per-query basis, since concrete setups are prone to many issues when used polymorphically in all cases.

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  • When not set, the mapper will load non-polymorphically by default.

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  • System. out.println ( "Employees processed polymorphically: \n");

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  • It's so you can polymorphically swap classes in and out at runtime without disturbing higher layers of abstraction.

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  • Being able to treat functions polymorphically solved many of the awkward problems C++ developers often ran into when writing or using generic algorithms.

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  • Their "interfaces" are exactly the same, but as they both lack a same base class or a common interface implementation; they cannot be used polymorphically as if they belong in the same hierarchy.

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  • A descendant class cannot replace a static method of an ancestor class polymorphically.

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