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Consider the following function, which adds two numbers together.

int add(int number1, int number2)
{
return number1 + number 2;
}


"number1" and "number2" are the arguments of the "add" function. When we call "add" we "pass" values to that function in it's arguments:

int one = 1;
int two = 2;

// here we pass the variables "one" and "two" as arguments to the add function
int sum = add(one,two);


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