Compile-Time Polymorphism and Code Bloat

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Compile-time polymorphism

In object-oriented programming (OOP), polymorphism is achieved using inheritance. For example, if a function takes an interface as a parameter, it accepts objects of any class that inherits that interface.

Let’s recall an earlier example from a previous chapter:

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