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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
(optional) An expression whose type is the same as the return type of the method.
If the current method is a constructor or destructor, or if its return type is VOID, expression should not be specified. Otherwise, expression should be present and should have a representation that is the declared return type for the method.
In VOID methods (including constructors and destructors), an MRETURN is implied at the end of the method, so you don' t need to specify it. In non‑VOID methods, you must specify at least one MRETURN statement; otherwise a compiler error will be generated.
In the example below, the MRETURN statement returns control from the get method. The MRETURN for the set method is implied.
public class myclass private myfield, i4 public property myproperty, i4 method get proc mreturn myfield endmethod method set proc myfield = value endmethod endproperty endclass
In the following example, MRETURN does not need to be included, because the method’s return type is VOID.
public method mymethod, void p1, i4 proc p1 = 0 endmethod