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C++ | Function Overloading and Default Arguments | Question 3
  • Last Updated : 03 Aug, 2013

Which of the following overloaded functions are NOT allowed in C++?

1) Function declarations that differ only in the return type

    int fun(int x, int y);
         void fun(int x, int y); 

2) Functions that differ only by static keyword in return type

    int fun(int x, int y);
         static int fun(int x, int y); 

3)Parameter declarations that differ only in a pointer * versus an array []

int fun(int *ptr, int n);
int fun(int ptr[], int n); 

4) Two parameter declarations that differ only in their default arguments



int fun( int x, int y); 
int fun( int x, int y = 10); 

(A) All of the above

(B) All except 2)
(C) All except 1)
(D) All except 2 and 4


Answer: (A)

Explanation: See Function overloading in C++

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