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C# RETURN keyword example

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Submitted on: 6/17/2019 8:44:57 PM
By: Dave Bowlin 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: C#
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     BEGINNERS: This is in response to a Reddit question. Someone asked for a very simple explanation and example of using RETURN keyword in C# code. So, this is my take on it. This code will show you how to RETURN a variable to the calling method. First, it combines the first and last name, and then calculates how many days the person has been alive. Simple for beginners to understand and use. These are very simplified examples of how to get data using RETURN.

 
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