■† A methodís signature is defined as its number, type, and order of parameters.
■† Return types donít count in the signature for overloading purposes.† For overriding, return types do count, and they must match.
■† Exceptions thrown donít count in the signature.
■† Modifiers like static donít count in the signature.
■† Defining identical methods but with different return types is seen as a duplicate overloading error (duplicate methods) by the compiler.†