Why do C++ compilers need name mangling?

Why do C++ compilers need name mangling?

Name mangling is the rule according to which C++ changes function's name into function signature before passing that function to a linker. This is how the linker differentiates between different functions with the same name. 

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Date:2002-01-09 00:00:00

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