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Function Arguments


  function addup( $a = 32, $b = 32, $c = 32)
    $total = $a + $b + $c;
    echo("$a + $b + $c = $total");


  <title>Function Arguments</title>

  <h3> <?php addup(8, 16, 24); ?> </h3>

  <h3> <?php addup(8, 16); ?> </h3>


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