what is the difference between call by value and call by
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Answer / m.karthiga
in call by value the changes do not affect the value of a
variable because value is passed.but call by reference
should affect the value of a variable because address is
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Answer / vijay r15
call by value means passing the value of variable.
Call by ref means passing the address of the variable.
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Answer / mahesh
call by value
int fun(int a,int b);
int fun(int p,int q)
call by reference
int fun(int &a,int &b);
int fun(int *a,int *b)
call by value is with values n call by ref with adresses n
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Answer / raju
Call by Value: C support the call by value, where the caller
pass the value to the function and the updates on the
function will not effect on the caller.
Call by reverence: Here will pass the reference of the
variable to function, the update on the function variables
will effect on the caller.
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