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Explain the difference between call() and apply()?

S.no Call() Apply()
1. In JavaScript, call() is a predefined method used to invoke (call) methods with the use of an owner object as an argument (parameter). apply() is a method to write another way which can be used on different objects. It’s usually action similar to call() action.

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