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Overloading Based on Scopes

A name scope defines the portion of a program in which a name can be used, or the way it can be used. Scopes are introduced using lots of different mechanisms: An advantage of scopes is that the same name can appear in two or more scopes with no ambiguity.
Intro OOP, Chapter 15, Slide 03