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Language: Java
Expertise: Advanced
Sep 13, 2004

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Passing a Variable Number of Arguments in a Method

A method can take variable number of arguments. Method overloading is handy when the number of variations is finite—meaning that there is a small number of variations in the arguments type (like only three or four method overloading). But what if the method parameters vary not only in number but in also type?

For that case, you can use Vector as the parameter type. Pass any type of object in it and there is no limitation to the count of parameters. This enables you to achieve another dimension of dynamism.

Amit Tuli
 
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