Making a Programming Language From Scratch/Function Call

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Function calls[edit | edit source]

Functions need to be called if they are to be of any use. There are two types of calling a function.

Non void call: A non void call is used for all functions that return a value. These functions are called and the returning value used for expressions or for logical processing.


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