With Python, we can use the *args or **kwargs syntax to capture a variable number of arguments in our functions. Using *args , we can process an indefinite number of arguments in a function's position. We can retrieve an infinite amount of arguments by name using **kwargs.
We can combine both sorts of functions into one parameter, despite the fact that a function can only have one variable-length argument of each type. If so, we must make sure that fixed parameters appear before those with variable length and that positional argument come before named arguments.
The syntax can be used for function calls in Python as well. When we use the *args syntax with a list or tuple, it will unpack each value as a positional argument. The names of the dictionary keys and the names of the function arguments will match if we have a dictionary and use the **kwargs syntax.
Are you now working on a function that can profit from such arguments? Or perhaps you can restructure a function to make it more resilient to change?