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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Review: Getting Information from Functions

Ilya Chekharin
Ilya Chekharin
6,341 Points

Return

function getDay() { return "Monday"; alert("Calculating day"); return "Friday"; }

var dayOfWeek = getDay();

When the function go up to the <return "Monday";> in that case, the rest of the function are ignored, and the function above is similar to < function getDay() { return "Monday"; }

is that correct?

1 Answer

Right. the rest of the lines after return are not reachable.

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