Actual V/S Formal Parameters
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- March 23, 2019 at 10:27 am #54936
The real distinction among actual and formal arguments is that actual arguments are the source of information; calling programs to pass actual arguments to called functions. At the point when values are called the function, the values present in actual arguments are copied to the formal arguments.
The parameters sent to the function at calling end are called as actual parameters while at the receiving of the function definition called as formal parameters.
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