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Just wanted to know whether it is just a convention to write 'args' in (String args) and we could take the liberty of replacing it with any other array name.
Because, even if we change it, the compiler doesn't give a damn !!
Agreed. But whether violating this particular convention could ever make the program behave abnormally in any case?
Is it that the JVM is "hardwired" to take only 'args' as the name, and won't recognize the argument if we do change it to something else??
Just to make sure.