Give me clear Idea about return statement
I am confusing little bit on return statements. Give me clarity about the return statements.
Explain with Example.
The return statement is used to return the value within the body of method. The method declared void does not return any value.
The method that is not declared void must contain a return statement with the corresponding return value.:
public static void main (String args)
System.out.println("The Biggest Number is: "+GetBiggestNumber(10, 15, 20));
public static int GetBiggestNumber (int num1, int num2, int num3)
int biggest = 0;
if ((num1 > num2) && (num1 > num3))
biggest = num1;
if ((num2 > num3) && (num2 > num1))
biggest = num2;
biggest = num3;
Output will be displayed as:
The Biggest Number is :20
In simple terms, if you call a method that returns a value(which looks like this)
This example says 'int' in the declaration, but you can change it to any primitive, or any object, including boolean, String, etc.
If you would call that method, whatever is returned (in this case x = 5, which is 5) is replaced by the call to the method.
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