Function overloading in C++: C++ program for function overloading. Function overloading means two or more functions can have the same name but either the number of arguments or the data type of arguments has to be different, also note that return value has no role because function will return a value when it is called and at compile time we will not be able to determine which function to call. In the first example in our code we make two functions one for adding two integers and other for adding two floats but they have same name and in the second program we make two functions with identical names but pass them different number of arguments. Function overloading is also known as compile time polymorphism.
Answer to this question should be very specific where you should explain a good match between your skills and job requirement. Let them know that you have skills needed to do the job. And, if you do not have certain skills and then you have ability to learn those skills very fast.
Angry customers are no doubt difficult to hand and if the situation is not handled carefully it can escalate very quickly. There are no crafted rules for handling such customers, but below is a broad outline of managing an irate customer:-
Listen carefully to the problems and complaints of the customer; it can give good insights of the rough edges in the service delivered to him. On the other hand, venting out relieves the customer and it generally does not last more than 10-15 seconds. Allow him to vent his concerns and give him a patient hearing. On the other hand, there can be situation where the customers complaint is just a blown out of proportion version of a matter that could have been resolved without him getting angry in the first place. Such customers also need to be handled delicately and service provider should cool off the heat by simple statements of apology and concern like:-
“We are extremely sorry for an inconvenience this misunderstanding may have caused you; we will definitely resolve this matter.”
You may even like to thank the customer for bringing the matter into the light and assure him that this inconvenience will be taken care of so as to improve the service.
Sometimes, the customer just wishes to know why a particular mistake happened. It is often a good idea to explain him the whole situation; Customers generally become soft if the mistake is accepted without beating around the bush.