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Ted is a software developer by trade, at the moment, he’s Chief Technology Officer and Data Protection Officer of RenditionDigital International; a software development company based out of Dublin. He wore many hats in his 20+ years in software development e.g. team lead, project manager, architect and director for development. He also spent time as a trainer for IBM Advanced Career Education, Ateneo ITI and Asia Pacific College. He wrote a couple of books under Apress.

There's a couple of places in the web where you might find my work, but I'm mostly active at workingdev.net

Functions in Kotlin, like in Java, can also accept an arbitrary number of arguments. The syntax is a bit different from Java, instead of using three dots after the type ... , we use the vararg keyword instead.



fun<T> manyParams(vararg va : T) { // (1)
for (i in va) { // (2)
println(i)
}
}

fun main(args: Array<String>) {
manyParams(1,2,3,4,5) // (3)
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