Can anyone give me example of multiple arguments function?
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Look up "variadic functions." (varargs)
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Dawei posted a perfectly good answer which works for TurboC 3 as well (I know it worked in TurboC 2.0 for sure). Have you tried googling for those terms + example.
Also, just so you know, TurboC compiler is outdated and you shouldn't be using it. Tell your teacher I said so.
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Though you should have been able to find that in your textbook. And in the documentation for the standard library functions.
Of course, those are function prototypes which only need to know what datatype each parameter is. When you write the function itself, you will need to give each parameter a name in addition to the datatype.
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I am talking with respect to int printf (const char*, ...);
Also I was looking for its implementation. If I could find it may be i could easily understand how it works & I could write my display function.