If a method declaration specifies the same method identifier and parameter signature as an inherited method, but doesn't include override, the new declaration merely hides the inherited one without overriding it. Both methods exist in the descendant class, where the method name is statically bound. For example, type
T1 = class(TObject)
procedure Act; virtual; end;
procedure Act; // Act is redeclared, but not overridden end;
SomeObject: T1; begin
SomeObject := T2.Create; SomeObject.Act; // calls T1.Act end;
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