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Method overloading test
Method overloading test

/*
Learning C# 
by Jesse Liberty

Publisher: O'Reilly 
ISBN: 0596003765
*/
 using System;

 namespace MethodOverloading
 {
     public class Time1
     {
         // private member variables
         private int Year;
         private int Month;
         private int Date;
         private int Hour;
         private int Minute;
         private int Second;

         // public accessor methods
         public void DisplayCurrentTime()
         {
             System.Console.WriteLine("{0}/{1}/{2} {3}:{4}:{5}",
                 Month, Date, Year, Hour, Minute, Second);
         }

         // constructors
         public Time1(System.DateTime dt)
         {
             Year =      dt.Year;
             Month =     dt.Month;
             Date =      dt.Day;
             Hour =      dt.Hour;
             Minute =    dt.Minute;
             Second =    dt.Second;
         }

         public Time1(int Year, int Month, int Date,
             int Hour, int Minute, int Second)
         {
             this.Year =     Year;
             this.Month =    Month;
             this.Date =     Date;
             this.Hour =     Hour;
             this.Minute =   Minute;
             this.Second =   Second;
         }
     }

    public class MethodOverloadingTester
    {
       public void Run()
       {
           System.DateTime currentTime = System.DateTime.Now;

           Time1 time1 = new Time1(currentTime);
           time1.DisplayCurrentTime();

           Time1 time2 = new Time1(2000,11,18,11,03,30);
           time2.DisplayCurrentTime();
       }

       static void Main()
       {
          MethodOverloadingTester t = new MethodOverloadingTester();
          t.Run();
       }
    }
 }

           
       
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