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difference betwn return 0 & return 1.

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  1. rina

    rina New Member

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    wat is d difference betwn return 0 & return 1?plz explain in detail.
     
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    when you call a function like f(x) , the value that we give to function "x" have changed in what we program , to a new value that we called "f(x)" or "y" for example , or any thing else.
    it not different what return , its important what we need .
    in an if (condition) , if the condition be one its true and if condition was zero its false .
     
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    really good question "rina"
    Many operating systems test the return value.
    The normal convention is that an exit value of zero means the program ran successfully,while a non zero value means there is a problem.The use of return 0 will
    indicate that program was successfully executed
     
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    Not successfully executed but successfully terminated.
     

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