7 years ago in C Functions

The default parameter passing mechanism is ?

[A] Call by value
[B] Call by reference
[C] Call by value result
[D] None of above
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s g m
s g m - 4 years ago

s g m from Solapur, India is saying None of above is correct answer

naveen kalusalingam
naveen kalusalingam - 4 years ago

naveen kalusalingam from Chennai, India is saying Call by value is correct answer

Shuvam sinha
Shuvam sinha - 4 years ago

Shuvam sinha from Berhampur, India is saying None of above is correct answer

Chamu Kolipakula
Chamu Kolipakula - 4 years ago

Chamu Kolipakula from Vijayawada, India is saying Call by value is correct answer

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Sofia Fadzil - 4 years ago

Sofia Fadzil from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is saying Call by reference is correct answer

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