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5.3.3.12 Return statements

Visual Studio .NET 2003

For a statement stmt of the form

return expr ;
  • The definite assignment state of v at the beginning of expr is the same as the definite assignment state of v at the beginning of stmt.
  • If v is an output parameter, then it must be definitely assigned either:
  • after expr
  • or at the end of the finally block of a try-finally or try-catch-finally that encloses the return statement.
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