If we run a Java Program by writing the command “java Hello Geeks At GeeksForGeeks” where the name of the class is “Hello”, then it will run upto Hello. It is command upto “Hello” and after that i.e “Geeks At GeeksForGeeks”, these are command line arguments.
When command line arguments are supplied to JVM, JVM wraps these and supply to args. It can be confirmed that they are actually wrapped up in args array by checking the length of args using args.length
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