Based on the current overload list for the specified function, and the programmed invocation, the compiler is unable to determine which version of the procedure should be invoked.
program Produce; procedure f0(a : integer); overload; begin end; procedure f0(a : integer; b : char = 'A'); overload; begin end; begin f0(1); end.
In this example, the default parameter that exists in one of the versions of f0 makes it impossible for the compiler to determine which procedure should actually be called.
program Solve; procedure f0(a : integer); overload; begin end; procedure f0(a : integer; b : char); overload; begin end; begin f0(1); end.
The approach taken in this example was to remove the default parameter value. The result here is that the procedure taking only one integer parameter will be called. It should be noted that this approach is the only way that the single-parameter function can be called.
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