Computer Science: Function: Call by Value: Calling of Function

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Call by Value

Calling of Function

The function can be called using either of the following methods:

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Consider the following program which will swap the value of two variables using the method call-by-value.

# include < iostream.h>

void swap (int, int).

void main ()

{

int a, b.

cin > > a > > b.

swap (a, b).

cout < < a < < b < < “\n”.

}

void swap (int c, int d)

{

int t.

t = c.

c = d.

d = t.

cout < < c < < d < < “\n”.

}

  • The variables a and b are called actual parameters.

  • When calling the function swap (). the value of a is passed onto c and value of b is passed onto d.

  • Here c and d are called formal parameters.

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In the function swap (), the value are swapped but this change will not be implemented to actual parameters.

Input 5 6

Input 6 5

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