private int someMethod(int a, Object b, String c, char d)
A. a is pass by reference, b is pass by value, c is pass by reference, and d is pass by value
B. a is pass by value, b is pass by reference, c is pass by reference, and d is pass by value
C. a is pass by reference, b is pass by reference, c is pass by reference, and d is pass by
D. a is pass by reference, b is pass by value, c is pass by value, and d is pass by value
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Sounds more like a question for the Computer Science group, but anyway... The big question is when a variable is passed by reference and when it is not? Do you have any idea?