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Why we use @override in function overridin?

6th Aug 2018, 5:53 AM
Shinwari - avatar
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This annotation only checks for a override condition (base class have function with same signature) and prevent your compilation when it needed You can write your overriden function without this annotation, but if you make a mistake (for example, in function return type), you will be never notificated
6th Aug 2018, 8:45 AM
Mishin870 - avatar
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It's an annotation. It's like a public announcement, "Hey guys. I'm overriding this method to give it new functionality. Don't shoot me please, I'm changing the original implementation."
6th Aug 2018, 6:01 AM
Don - avatar