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passing arguments.

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  1. gurpreet guppi

    gurpreet guppi New Member

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    why we pass parameters(arguments ) in functions?
    why we need it?
    plz help me.
     
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    If you don't need just don't pass them because passing parameters depends on what your function want to be doing with those data passed.
     
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    to go along with what shabbir stated, unless you're in the habit of using global variables, you need some mechanism to access a variable's value outside of the scope in which it was declared. The way to do that is to pass a variable as a parameter into a function.
     
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    Argument is a value either in form of integer or string which passes when a function called. It is not necessary to pass argument because it depends on a function which you define. It also depends on your program logic.
     

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