Let's correct your code tags; it tells you how they work here.
What's an actual argument? It isn't a term in common use. If you mean, whether “anObjectReference.aMethod(anotherObjectReference)” constitutes an argument to the println() method, then the answer is yes.
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What's an actual argument? It isn't a term in common use.
If OP meant this then it actually is pretty common - it's one of the first things I learned when studying about parameters, the difference between actual and formal parameters/arguments.
The actual parameter is not the expression itself but the value the expression evaluates to. But that's kind of quibbling with semantics though because in practical terms you do treat the expression itself as a representation of the value it returns, kind of like how we usually refer to a reference variable as if it was itself the object it refers to.
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