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  1. jimfog

    return keyword

    Despite I know what a return keyword does am still confused regarding the practical applications of it. I reached a point in my code though that I might have to use and as such I would like to ask if my logic is correct. I have made a function that checks the existence of a cookie in a user's PC-no need to post all the code here.So the pseudo code would go like this:if(checkcookie==true){do this}else{...}Am I right to assume that the checkcookie function must a have a return keyword somewhere in it-specifically when the cookie has been checked againsta the Db-or else the above code will not work?
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