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Guest Anonymous Poster
They also return a result for non-void functions.

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#include
#include

bool do_stuff(string name)
{
if(name == "Alex")
return true;
else
return false;
}

void main(void)
{
char tmp[50];
cout<<"Enter your name:\n";
cin.get(tmp,50);

if(do_stuff(tmp))
cout<<"Your cool!\n";
else
cout<<"You Suck!!!!";
}

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#include
#include

bool do_stuff(string name)
{
if(name == "Alex")
return true;
else
return false;
}

void main(void)
{
char tmp[50];
cout<<"Enter your name:\n";
cin.get(tmp,50);

if(do_stuff(tmp))
cout<<"Your cool!\n";
else
cout<<"You Suck!!!!";
}

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Oops, didn''t mean to post it twice!

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Here''s an example:

  
int main()
{

int x = decideX();

}

int decideX()
{

return 3;

}


Main calls on decideX, which returns 3. 3, being the result of decideX, is assigned to the int variable x. Control is returned to main().

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