C# Member Overloading
If we create two or more members having same name but different in number or type of parameter, it is known as member overloading. In C#, we can overload:
It is because these members have parameters only.
C# Method Overloading
Having two or more methods with same name but different in parameters, is known as method overloading in C#.
The advantage of method overloading is that it increases the readability of the program because you don't need to use different names for same action.
You can perform method overloading in C# by two ways:
C# Method Overloading Example: By changing no. of arguments
Let's see the simple example of method overloading where we are changing number of arguments of add() method.
C# Member Overloading Example: By changing data type of arguments
Let's see the another example of method overloading where we are changing data type of arguments.