void

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  • A function with non- void return type should include at least one return statement.
  • They are a necessary part of the theory to allow the void to exist between them.
  • He hopes their life together can fill the void they both feel.
  • However, his contract was later voided by the club after he failed medical tests.
  • I found her void of any true interest except her Vampira make-up.
  • The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep.
  • At other times a hundred, and even twice that number, are voided in a few days. Cited from People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English, by R.V. Pierce
  • Similar to C++, methods returning nothing have return type declared as void.
  • These latter laws are void of legal significance and are of historical interest only.
  • If the method returns anything but void, it must use the return statement to return some value.
  • This means there is some voided space that has to be filled in once the post is in place.
  • Unlike C++ or C# it never returns a value and must return void.
  • He also tries to fill in some of the voids in history through music.
  • The program has filled a void of professional real estate education in Alabama.
  • However, let us now change the example and assume that the contract was in fact void.
  • She does charity work among the poor to fill the void of her missing child.
  • Values of type void cannot be used, so the value of such an expression is always thrown away.
  • Same sex marriage is void in most countries, although more countries are today recognizing it.
  • Some elements, the so-called void elements, do not have an end tag.
  • Their going left in the two great houses, monstrous voids that might never be filled. Cited from A Fool There Was, by Porter Emerson Browne
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Meaning of void

  • noun An empty area or space
    the huge desert voids, the emptiness of outer space, without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum
  • verb Clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something
    The chemist voided the glass bottle, The concert hall was voided of the audience