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BartC
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      10-14-2013
"rashan" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Do you say there is a difference between " parameter " and " argument "
> in as what is passed to C functions?


There is a technical difference (as explained in other replies).

However when talking informally the terms can be used interchangeably, so I
wouldn't rely on that distinction.

> Would one be for functions and another for sub/method or so? Or ByRef/
> ByVal?


No. It's nothing to do with that. And C only has 'functions', and 'ByVal' as
the official parameter (or argument..) passing mode.

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