The Hyper Programming Language

'return' Statement


The return statement in Hyper is identical to that in C++ and Java. It exits from a procedure, and must return a result if the procedure has a return type.


There are two possible forms, one for procedures without a return type, and one for procedures with a return type. The first one is simply the keyword return, while the second one is return expression. The two forms have to be applied strict; you cannot use a simple return in a procedure that has a return type. A return statement cannot be used in a constructor.

See also

Valid HTML 4.01 Strict Valid CSS!