So to recap: No, a JS function needn’t return anything as far as your code goes. But as far as the JS engines are concerned: a function always returns something, be it explicitly via a return statement, or implicitly. If a function returns implicitly, its return value will always be undefined.
Why function should return a value?
If a function is defined as having a return type of void , it should not return a value. In C++, a function which is defined as having a return type of void , or is a constructor or destructor, must not return a value. If a function is defined as having a return type other than void , it should return a value.
- Define an empty array variable.
- Use the “querySelectorAll()” method, in which we specify our selector.
- Use the “forEach” loop.
- Use the “push” method in order to fill our list/array, within the “forEach”.
- Use the “return” command in our action.
Can we return two values from a function?
We can return more than one values from a function by using the method called “call by address”, or “call by reference”. In the invoker function, we will use two variables to store the results, and the function will take pointer type data. So we have to pass the address of the data.
Can a function return a variable?
As you already know a function can return a single variable, but it can also return multiple variables. We’ll store all of these variables directly from the function call.
What is return in JS?
Should a function always return a value?
Answer. NO, a function does not always have to have an explicit return statement. If the function doesn’t need to provide any results to the calling point, then the return is not needed. However, there will be a value of None which is implicitly returned by Python.