Re: "Polymorphic" in OSL manual
I think one of the reasons for this extensive explanation was meant totoggle quoted message Show quoted text
make the point that functions cannot be overloaded only by return
type, in contrast to RSL :) This, along with many other "restrictions"
of OSL, makes sense, I'd argue.
On Feb 1, 7:54 pm, Larry Gritz <l...@...> wrote:
I believe you are correct. Polymorphism should refer to types, what I was talking about is really "overloading."