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Varargs in Java





In Java, varargs is a type of variable declared in a method parameters. It stands for variable arguments. A method parameter declared as a varargs type can be passed a variable number of arguments, i.e. zero or more number of arguments.

A point to remember - A varargs parameter can only be declared within a method's parameters.





A varargs parameter is a variable-length array that holds zero or more values of same type. Hence, just like an array, a varargs parameter also has a length variable which gives the total number of elements contained in it.

class A
{

public void meth(int... a)
{

if(a.length==0)
System.out.println("number of parameters passed : "+ a.length);


if(a.length>0)
{
System.out.println("number of parameters passed : "+ a.length);

for(int i=0;i<a.length;i++)
System.out.println(a[i]);
}

}


public static void main(String... ar)
{
A ob= new A();
ob.meth();		//calling method() with zero parameter
ob.meth(1);		//calling method() with one parameter
ob.meth(1,2,3);  	//calling method() with more than one parameter
}
}


Output is


number of parameters passed : 0
number of parameters passed : 1
1
number of parameters passed : 3
1
2
3

We have called method meth() with zero, one and multiple arguments. These arguments are read using length variable of varargs parameter.



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