What is the significance of the three dots in this function signature?

✅  The correct answer is:

It makes the function variadic, allowing it to accept an arbitrary number of arguments that are converted into an array inside the function.

Question:

What is the significance of the three dots in this function signature?

Solution:

  • It makes the function variadic, allowing it to accept as an argument an array containing an arbitrary number of values.
  • It makes the function variadic, allowing it to accept an arbitrary number of arguments that are converted into an array inside the function.
  • It temporarily disables the function while debugging other parts of the script.
  • It’s a placeholder like a TO DO reminder that automatically triggers a notice when you run a script before completing the function definition.