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Polymorphism is a core concept in OOP and goes hand in hand with inheritance. You can use an object from type of a subclass always like an object from type of a superclass. By example if you create a class that extends RunBaseBatch you can use it always like a RunBaseBatch Object.


<xpp> class MyBatch extends RunBaseBatch { ... } </xpp>

<xpp> RunBaseBatch batch = new MyBatch();; </xpp>

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