Easy way to remember the difference between .call and .apply

The call and apply methods perform the same thing: they execute a function in the context, or scope, of the first argument that you pass to them.

And the difference is that apply lets you invoke the function with arguments as an array; call requires the parameters be listed explicitly.

I always had to Google which one was which until I found this somewhere in the interwebs: The A in apply is for array, and the C in call is for comma.