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1.25.6.Create a Reference to a Primitive
public class MainClass{
     public static void main(String args[]) {
       int [] myValue = };
       modifyIt(myValue);
       System.out.println("myValue contains " + myValue[0]);
     }
     public static void modifyIt(int [] value) {
       value[0]++;
       System.out.println("in modifyit"+value[0]);
    }
  }
1.25.Parameter
1.25.1.A method's parameter list is a comma-separated list of parameter declarations.
1.25.2.A parameter may be declared as final so that it may be accessed from within a local inner class.
1.25.3.When a primitive value is passed to a method, a copy of the value is made
1.25.4.When an object is passed to a method, a copy of the object reference but not the object itself is made
1.25.5.When an value argument is passed into a method, changes to the argument value in the method do not affect the original.
1.25.6.Create a Reference to a Primitive
1.25.7.Changing the object reference in a method
1.25.8.Calling method operates on an object via the reference value
1.25.9.Passing Object Reference Variables
1.25.10.Passing Primitive Variables
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