The return is a
keyword defined in the java programming language. Keywords are basically
reserved words which have specific meaning relevant to a compiler in java
programming language likewise the return keyword indicates the
-- The return keyword is always used with a method only to specify that the method is going to return something.
-- The return keyword forces a method to return to the method calling it.
-- The return keyword passes a value back to the calling method after matching the return type of the called method.
-- If there is void return type it means it is returning nothing back to the called function.
-- If the method has a non−void return type, the return statement must have an argument of the same or a compatible type.
Using a return Keyword within
with a method
A method returning nothing
public void Void_Method()
A method returning a String
public String String_Method()
String s = "its Ridiculous to do such kind of work, people here are just aim less";
A method returning an Int value
public int Int_Method()
int i = 5;
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