arguments. This parameter holds information about the function and all the parameters passed to the function. The parameter
arguments doesn't need to be explicitly declared. Although the
argument parameter exhibits some array functionality, it is not an array, and using it is not recommended as it could cause unwanted bugs in your program.
Instead of having a parameter to take in the values, the implicit parameter
arguments is used. The
arguments parameter automatically detects the values inside the set of parenthesis and applies statements to the given input. Since the use of
arguments can confuse many programmers as well as cause unwanted errors, it is not a recommended method for using a function. However, if this makes sense to you and you want to use it in the future, feel free to explore this concept and expand your knowledge about it.