Monomorphic vs. Polymorphic

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  • Monomorphic (adjective)

    having or existing in a single shape or form

  • Monomorphic (adjective)

    invariant across a species

  • Monomorphic (adjective)

    taking only a single data type

  • Polymorphic (adjective)

    Relating to polymorphism (any sense), able to have several shapes or forms.

  • Polymorphic (adjective)

    Having or relating to the ability to take multiple data types for a single parameter.

  • Monomorphic (adjective)

    Having but a single form; retaining the same form throughout the various stages of development; of the same or of an essentially similar type of structure; - opposed to dimorphic, trimorphic, and polymorphic.

  • Polymorphic (adjective)


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