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For your understanding I am giving example for Parameter and Argument
You can think of the parameter as a parking space and the argument as an automobile. Just as different automobiles can park in a parking space at different times, the calling code can pass a different argument to the same parameter every time that it calls the procedure.
 
Parameters
parameter represents a value that the procedure expects you to pass when you call it. The procedure's declaration defines its parameters.
When you define a Function or Sub procedure, you specify a parameter list in parentheses immediately following the procedure name. For each parameter, you specify a name, a data type, and a passing mechanism. You can also indicate that a parameter is optional. This means that the calling code does not have to pass a value for it.
The name of each parameter serves as a local variable in the procedure. You use the parameter name the same way you use any other variable.
Arguments
An argument represents the value that you pass to a procedure parameter when you call the procedure. The calling code supplies the arguments when it calls the procedure.
When you call a Function or Sub procedure, you include an argument list in parentheses immediately following the procedure name. Each argument corresponds to the parameter in the same position in the list.
In contrast to parameter definition, arguments do not have names. Each argument is an expression, which can contain zero or more variables, constants, and literals. The data type of the evaluated expression should typically match the data type defined for the corresponding parameter, and in any case it must be convertible to the parameter type.  
 

 

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