Conventions for Method-names

A method-name of a method is declared in the Method-ID paragraph. A method-name must be referenced only by the INVOKE statement, an inline method invocation and the end method header.

The methods declared in a class definition must have unique method-names within that class definition. The methods declared in a child class may have the same name as a method in the parent class, subject to the conditions for the Method-ID paragraph.

The methods declared in an interface definition must have unique method-names within that interface definition. The methods declared in an inheriting interface can have the same name as a method in the inherited interface, subject to the conditions stated for the Method-ID paragraph.