To overload is to load an excessive amount in or on something, such as anoverload of electricity which shorts out the circuits. Overloading causes a "Too much!" situation.

To overload is to push something or someone too far. A supervisor can overload an employee by assigning a too much work. People can overload a bus if there are too many of them. A fuse will blow if too many appliances overload the circuits; this is called an overload (the noun form). When something gets overloaded, it usually stops working. Hair can overload or clog a sink, which will stop draining water. When something gets overloaded, there's more of something than it can handle.

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Overload means an electrical output that exceeds available electrical power. To overload is to load an excessive amount in or on something, such as an overload of electricity which shorts out the circuits. Overloading causes a "Too much!" situation.

For finding the best overload to call, compiler performs an operation named "overload resolution". For the first example, compiler can find the best method simply by matching the argument count. For the second example, compiler automatically calls the decimal version of replace method if you pass a decimal parameter and calls string version if you pass a string parameter. From the list of possible outputs, if compiler cannot find a suitable one to call, you will get a compiler error like "The be
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