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Function overloading souce of function overloading using c++

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C++ function overloading is well heres an example
cout << " string here" << variable << "end of string " << endl;

its a feature c++ allows to make everything easier :)

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Wow...this one doesn't have anything to do with servers really.

I would pick up a good c++ book that discusses overloading. This is a simple C++ concept.

For now, look at something like:

Hope this helps.

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