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Posts Tagged ‘methods parameters’

Methods and functions signature

Monday, April 17th, 2017

I talked in the previous lesson about methods and functions signatures, and I offered there a brief explanation on the topic. It is time to explain this new concept in more detail. At a basic level, there are only two things that are mandatory to specify a method or function signature: the parameters type and the order in which the parameters are listed.… Read more

Functions and methods overloading

Monday, April 17th, 2017

There are times when we have functions or methods that perform basically the same thing, but use different kind of parameters. So, in other words, there are cases when we have methods with the same name, but with different signatures.… Read more

Optional parameters

Sunday, April 16th, 2017

When I explained functions and methods parameters, I said that we can use them to send different values that our methods and functions can use in their calculations. You should also know that methods and functions can have optional parameters, parameters with a default value, which can be skipped when calling a method or function.… Read more

Methods and functions parameters

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

Our methods and functions can perform different actions, but sometimes, we need to offer them certain relevant data to process. We do this by using methods and functions parameters.

One of the primary goals of methods and functions is what we call code re-usability and this means we don’t have to copy and paste the same piece of code over and over, whenever we need that certain action to be performed.… Read more