Asked by Madelyn Collins on Mar 10, 2024

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In dynamic binding, the method that gets executed is determined at compile time, not at execution time.

Dynamic Binding

A mechanism in object-oriented programming where the code to execute is determined at runtime based on the object type rather than at compile time.

Compile Time

The phase in which a program's source code is converted into executable code by a compiler, before the program is run.

Execution Time

The total time required for a computer program or specific block of code to complete execution.

  • Differentiate between static (compile-time) and dynamic (run-time) binding
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Christopher Howerton

Mar 10, 2024

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False
Explanation :
In dynamic binding, the method that gets executed is determined at execution time, not at compile time.