Of course you can. They just don't have names. They are positional, and are referred as $1, $2, etc. The $1 used in a function is a first argument passed to it.
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That's strange, because TFM clearly says:
When a function is executed, the arguments to the function become the positional parameters during its execution. The special parameter # is updated to reflect the change. Special parameter 0 is unchanged.
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