Difference between Formal and Actual parameter in Python

Actual ParameterFormal Parameter
The arguments that are passed in a function call are called actual arguments.The formal arguments are the parameters/arguments in a function declaration.
Data type not required. But data type should match with corresponding data type of formal parameters.Data types needs to be mentioned.
Actual parameters are the parameters which you specify when you call the Functions or Procedures.A formal parameter is a parameter which you specify when you define the function.
The actual parameters are passed by the calling function.The formal parameters are in the called function.
Ex:
Void main()
{ Int a,b;
a= sum(4,5); //function call
}
// 4,5 are actual parameter
Ex:
Int sum(int a, int b)
{ Int s;
s=a+b;
return(s);
}
//a&b are formal parameter

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