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April 5th, 2017

@cocoadog OK. The way I see it, foo has a formal parameter x, and "parameter" is often used as an abbreviation for "formal parameter."

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@cocoadog That seems to match Swift but not your definition.

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@cocoadog “parameter (sometimes called formal parameter) is often used to refer to the variable as found in the function definition”

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@cocoadog And the argument label appears at the call site right before the argument (value).

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@cocoadog Wikipedia seems to agree with Swift: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parameter… Parameter is the variable in the definition.

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@lapcatsoftware Are you using anti-virus software or Drive Genius?

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Apple to Phase Out Usage of Imagination Technologies GPU: mjtsai.com/blog/2017/04/0…

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