Re: "Polymorphic" in OSL manual

Larry Gritz <l...@...>

"polymorphic" appears exactly once in the docs, I have changed to "overloaded." No biggie.

On Feb 1, 2010, at 4:52 PM, Blair Zajac wrote:

Reading these two

suggests that what OSL provides is ad-hoc polymorphism, or otherwise
known as overloading. I guessing adding "ad-hoc" or changing to
"overloaded" would be fine, though I think the later is more familiar.
I know if I saw "ad-hoc polymorphism" I would Google it.

Larry Gritz

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