|S.No.||Overloaded Methods||Overridden Methods|
|1.||Arguments||Must Change||Must not change|
|2.||Return Type||Can change||Can’t change except for covariant returns|
|3.||Exceptions||Can change||Can reduce or eliminate. Must not throw new or broader checked exception|
|4.||Access Modifiers||Can change||Must not make more restrictive (can be less restrictive)|
|5.||Invocation||Reference type determines which overloaded version is selected. Happens at compile time.||Object type determines which method is selected. Happens at runtime.|
Will it be called overriding if I do not change the parameters or return type, instead throw a different exception in the method signature?
Yes it will be called overriding, however it must not throw new or broader checked exception.