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Category: Java - Author: Karl Hadwen
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Remember, Java is pass by value! Although, we can be tricky and use references in Java (not pointers...). Everything in Java is passed by value although arrays are objects, and of course objects are objects...Something to note is that objects (arrays & objects) are actually passed by reference, although (important) that reference is actually passed by value! Just to confirm: the reference is passed by value because a copy of the reference value is created and then it gets passed into another object.
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