Argument Passing Patterns in Method

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Which pattern applies to all primitive data types when passing an argument to a method?

Which pattern applies to all object data types when passing an argument to a method?

In the given example, why were all the methods made static?

What implication is highlighted regarding the return type in the last example?

What is the integration approach between modules in the given example?

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Learn about the two patterns of argument passing in methods: call by value for primitive data types and call by reference for object data types. Understand how these patterns affect the original parameter and the memory allocated for the method.

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