Overloading definitions

In programming, the ability to use the same variable for different data types. For example, the variable result could be initially filled (loaded) with a pointer and then with a string of data. See variable.
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(computing) A type of polymorphism, where different functions, operators or variables with the same name are invoked based on the data types of the parameters passed.
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Present participle of overload.
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Origin of overloading

From over +"Ž loading