When are static and instance methods resolved ? During compile time or Runtime ?
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 Q1. When are static and instance methods resolved ? During compile time or Runtime ?
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Ans. Static methods are resolved during compile time and hence they cannot participate in runtime polymorphism. Instance methods are resolved during runtime.

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