Polymorphism

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Polymorphism, polymorphic or polymorph, from the Greek roots "poly" (many) and "morphe" (form, shape, structure), may refer to:

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  • Polymorphism (computer science), the ability in computer programming to present the same programming interface for differing underlying forms (data types, classes)
  • Polymorphic code, self-modifying program code designed to defeat anti-virus programs or to defeat reverse engineers

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