Cq as you are new to Javaranch i think I should point out that we have a naming policy which we enforce to mantain a professional atmosphere. Take a look here please and register again with a name that fits the rules. Thanks
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Yes, both of them are absolutly the same. Please refer to Java Laguage Specification (JLS) to see the syntax used in java. Stringargs or String args will create an array (reserves a place in memory)with no size and name args.
Cq and Kirank: Please do note that you should update your names to be in line with the naming policy as Angela mentioned. However, you do not need to re-register; simply update your display name to be in accordance with that policy. Thanks, Joel
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The  may appear as part of the type at the beginning of the declaration, or as part of the declarator for a particular variable, or both, as in this example: byte rowvector, colvector, matrix; This declaration is equivalent to: byte rowvector, colvector, matrix;
The bottom line is that dun put  before your variable, you may see the following legal:
But this line will fail:
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