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Can a Class implement two interfaces with the same method signature

I created two interfaces with same method signature.
You can actually implement the method only once.

package com.anjana;
public interface Interface2 {
public String printme();
}
package com.anjana;
public interface Interface1 {
public String printme();
}
package com.anjana;

public class Employee implements Interface1,Interface2,Interface3{
@Override
public String printme() {
return "Hello";
}

public static void main(String args[]){
Interface1 emp1=new Employee();
emp1.printme();
System.out.println(emp1.printme());
Interface2 emp2=new Employee();
System.out.println(emp2.printme());
}
This will be misleading if you have to do some operations based on the returned value.