#pragma noretval

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#pragma noretval


Use #pragma noretval to indicate that a function does not return. As an alternative, you can use the C++11 attribute [[noreturn]].

Note: Do not confuse with functions with return type void. void is a return type for subroutines that do not return anything. However, the [[noreturn]] attribute specifies that a function does not return. This means that the control flow does not go back to the calling function; for example, functions that exit the application, such as abort and exit.

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