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Add10 listadd20 arraylist list reference value

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Unformatted text preview: swapArrayList (ArrayList<Integer> a) {//Since “a” is a reference value, the // changes made in “a” are visible // outside the func.on. int temp; temp=a.get(0); a.set(0,a.get(1)); a.set(1,temp); ArrayList<Integer> localV=new ArrayList<Integer>(); localV.add(100); localV.add(101); //return local arrayList is ok as a copy of the ArrayList reference is returned return localV; } public sta.c void main(String args) { ArrayList<Integer> list=new ArrayList<Integer>(); list.add(10); list.add(20); //ArrayList “list” reference value is //copied to the “a” parameter variable ArrayList<Integer> returnList=swapArrayList(list); System.out.println("list(0): "+list.get(0)+" list(1): "+list.get(1)); System.out.println("returnList(0): "+returnList.get(0)+" returnList(1): "+returnList.get(1)); }} C++ Parameter Variable is also Pass by Value – Built ­in Type Variables int swap (int a, int b) { //Since “a” and “b” are values, the // changes made on “a” and “b” are not // visible outside the func.on. int temp; temp=a; a=b; b=temp; temp=a+b...
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