Alternative classes with different interfaces smell

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This smell occurs when two methods in different classes do the same thing but have a different method signature. You should try to Rename Methods that do the same thing in a consistent way. However, often there is a deeper problem where two classes are doing something very similar. You could try to Move Methods around or extract the common behavior into a common superclass.

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