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Can main function have arguments in C?

Main functions are unique

The main() function has two arguments that traditionally are called argc and argv and return a signed integer.


Similarly one may ask, can we pass arguments in main () in C?

You can. For any function in C, the arguments are passed when the function is called. Every function other than main() is called either from the main() function or from some other function in your program. Therefore, you can pass arguments from inside your C program.

what is the use of argc and argv in C? As you can see, main now has arguments. The name of the variable argc stands for “argument count”; argc contains the number of arguments passed to the program. The name of the variable argv stands for “argument vector”. A vector is a one-dimensional array, and argv is a one-dimensional array of strings.

Also Know, what is argument in function in C?

An argument in context with functions is the actual value that is passed to the function ( as input) ,when it is called. However parameter refers to the variables that are used in the function declaration/definition to represent those arguments that were send to the function during the function call.

How many arguments can be passed to main ()?

There are at least two arguments to main : argc and argv . The first of these is a count of the arguments supplied to the program and the second is an array of pointers to the strings which are those arguments—its type is (almost) ‘array of pointer to char ‘.


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