C# Programming/Keywords/void

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The void keyword is used in method signatures to declare a method that does not return a value. A method declared with the void return type cannot provide any arguments to any return statements they contain.

Example:

public void WorkRepeatedly(int numberOfTimes)
{
    for(int i = 0; i < numberOfTimes; i++)
        if(EarlyTerminationIsRequested)
            return;
        else
            DoWork();
}



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