Store all the passed arguments in an array and display the array


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Store all the passed arguments in an array and display the array

Hi
I want to write a script which store all the parameters passed to the script into an array.
Once it is stored I want scan through the array and and delete those files for last month present inside the directory. The files in directory is appneded with YYYY_MM_DD.

I want to know how can I store the paramteres to array. It is a pretty simple but I don't know how to do it.
Can some one please help me.

Thanks and Advance
dgmm
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The arguments are already available in $@:

Code:
% cat s
#!/bin/ash

for arg; do
  printf '%s\n' "$arg"
done

% ./s a 'b c' d
a
b c
d

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Code:
# bash
declare -a arr=("$@")
#ksh
set -A arr "$@"

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Thank you.
This worked.
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