I hope you're all doing well. I am currently working on a PHP project and have come across the concepts of method overloading and overriding in PHP classes. I'm a bit confused about how to properly handle them, and I was wondering if anyone could help me understand it better.
To give you a bit of context, I have a class where I need to define multiple methods with the same name but different parameter lists. From what I've read, this is called method overloading. However, I'm not entirely sure how to implement it correctly in PHP.
Additionally, I've also read about method overriding, where a child class defines a method with the same name as a method in its parent class. This concept seems a bit more straightforward, but I would love to hear any tips or best practices you have for handling it effectively in PHP.
If any of you have experience with method overloading and overriding in PHP classes, I would greatly appreciate it if you could share some insights or examples. It would be really helpful for me to see some code snippets or explanations that clarify how these concepts work in practice.
Thank you in advance for your assistance!