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Return statement

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The return statement immediately exits the current function or operator. No statement logically following a return will be executed anymore.

In state code, the return statement is not allowed. You can use the stop statement or call GotoState(''); instead, depending on the desired effect.


For function without a return type, the syntax simply is:


However, if the function declaration contains a return type, the following variation must be used instead:

return expression;

The expression's type must be compatible to the function's return type.