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    noob question

    When we pass an hex value (ex: 0xFF) as an argument when calling a function, which function does the compiler call, keeping in mind that that function has overloading functions, each of them accepting different kinds of data parameters (int, char, bool)

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    HINT: A hex value is a number.

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