Function Prototype for maximum
maximum’s prototype (Fig. 6.2, line 16) indicates that the function returns an integer value, has the name
maximum and requires three integer parameters to perform its task. The function’s first line (Fig. 6.3, line 60) matches the function prototype and indicates that the parameter names are
maximum is called (Fig. 6.3, line 56), the parameter
x is initialized with the value of the argument
grade1, the parameter
y is initialized with the value of the argument
grade2 and the parameter
z is initialized with the value of the argument
grade3. There must be one argument in the function call for each parameter (also called a formal parameter) in the function definition.
Notice that multiple ...