Ranges in Kotlin

To create ranges of variables in Kotlin, you can use the rangeTo extension function or the .. operator of Kotlin. We can create a range of any Comparable type.

Let's look at the following example:

fun main(args: Array<String>) {    val int = args[0].toInt()    if (int in 0..10) {        println(int)    }}

In this example, we retrieve a value from the args array.

The args array contains command-line arguments that can be used to pass parameters or specify a configuration when an application is launched.

To run a program with parameters in IntelliJ IDEA, click Run and choose Edit Configurations...:

In the window that opens, you can paste parameters ...

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