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Arrays as Arguments in User-defined Functions of Programming in C
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Arrays as Arguments 
Passing the array as arguments to a function.
Program
	#include
	void display(int data[]);
	void main(){
	   int numbers[3];
	   //Assigning values
	   numbers[0] = 10;
	   numbers[1] = 20;
	   numbers[2] = 30;
	    //Display
	   display(numbers);
	}
	void display(int data[]){
	   int i;
	   for (i = 0;i<3;i++)
	   printf("%d = %d\n",i,data[i]);
	}
Output 
0 = 10
1 = 20
2 = 30
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