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Back to Basics: Polymorphism and Ruby

Polymorphism is one of the fundamental features of object oriented programming, but what exactly does it mean? At its core, in Ruby, it means being able to send the same message to different objects and get different results. Let's look at a few different ways to achieve this in Back to Basics: Polymorphism and Ruby.

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