TestReturnStatement

TestReturnStatement - return 2 z else return 4...

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public class TestReturnStatement { public static void main (String[] args) { funcReturnStatementError(3); } public static int funcReturnStatementError(int z) { return z; System.out.println(z); //Error: This statement cannot be reached } public static int funcReturnStatementError1(int z) { if (z < 3)
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Unformatted text preview: return 2 * z; else return 4; System.out.println(z); //Error: This statement cannot be reached } public static int funcReturnStatementError2(int z) { int a; i a = z; a return 2 * a; r System.out.println(z); //Error: This statement cannot be reached return z; } }...
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