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The Variable Arity parameter from the department of obfuscation

Shamsudeen Akanbi
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Joined: Dec 24, 2010
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Hi there I dont know which arguments a var-arg lists accepts; i mean i need an illustration. Or is it possible for this code to work: void setValues(int... sizes) {
// my set values code goes here
}
what types of argument, how should it be formatted and
what's the maximum parameters that can go in there.
Campbell Ritchie
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The type of each argument is given by the type you have given, there is no set number, and they are aggregated into an array. If you write... numbers has the type of int[] inside the foo method. Note that foo(int ... numbers) and foo(int[] values) are overload-equivalents to each other, and cannot be compiled together.

Try this Java™ Tutorials section.
 
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