ByVal or ByRef Parameters

Procedure arguments, either for a subroutine or a function, are declared either as ByVal or ByRef. The use of ByVal means that the called procedure does not want to change the value of the argument passed to it whereas the use of ByRef means that the called procedure may change the value.
This note looks at how the called procedure and the calling routine are affected by three different kinds of arguments passed ByVal and passed ByRef.

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Tushar Mehta

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