In this article, I will be discussing the difference between pass by value and pass by reference.
Hm…I know a lot of people don’t understand what that means. Let’s come up with an example:
const a = 4; let b = a; b = 5; console.log(a); // will print out 4
Friends , in this article I’ll be explaining about whether Java uses pass by value or pass by reference ? After reading this article you will be able to grasp the concept about pass by value and pass by reference .While reading this article try to focus on example codes and associated comments .
Java is always pass by value and not pass by reference .
As the name says , pass by value simply means , we pass the value of an Object and not actual/original reference variable of an Object from main function to the called function but the copy of reference variable of this object is passed to the called function which ultimately points to same object .
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Why do these two languages have such similar names? How do they differ from each other, and what else do they have in common? This article will provide the answers to these questions.