C – Passing Array to Function1 min read

Passing an array to function in the one-Dimensional array is done through an actual parameter and array variables with subscript are passed as formal arguments. While passing array only the name of the array is passed to the function.

Same method is applied for the multi-dimensional array.

There are three methods that can be used to pass an array to a function.

First Way: As a unsized array

Second Way: As a sized array

Third Way: As a pointer

Example: Passing a One-Dimensional Array in Function in C

To find the average of given number.


Example: Passing a Multi-Dimensional Array in Function in C

Program takes an input from the user and a function is used to display the array.



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