- Value return semantic rules: F.42: Return a T* to indicate a position (only). F.43: Never (directly or indirectly) return a pointer or a reference to a local object. The last post was about the syntax of function parameters and return values. This post with its roughly 15 rules is about their semantic.
- The return value for a property can be set in the same way as for a method, using Returns(). You can also just use plain old property setters for read/write properties; they'll behave just the way you expect them to. calculator.Mode.Returns("DEC"); Assert.AreEqual(calculator.Mode, "DEC")

- MEDIAN: Returns the median value in a numeric dataset. MAXA: Returns the maximum numeric value in a dataset. MAX: Returns the maximum value in a numeric dataset. LARGE: Returns the nth largest element from a data set, where n is user-defined. AVERAGEA: Returns the numerical average value in a dataset. AVERAGE: The AVERAGE function returns the ...
- function - the function will be executed and the returned value used. As of DataTables 1.10.1 the function will be executed in the same scope as the data object for the row. The result of this is that an object instance can be used as the data source for a row.

- NORMINV: Returns the value of the inverse normal distribution function for a specified value, mean, and standard deviation. NEGBINOMDIST: Calculates the probability of drawing a certain number of failures before a certain number of successes given a probability of success in independent trials. LOGNORMDIST: Returns the value of the log-normal ...
- Because Python's 2.x series lacks a standard way of annotating a function's parameters and return values, a variety of tools and libraries have appeared to fill this gap. Some utilise the decorators introduced in " PEP 318 ", while others parse a function's docstring, looking for annotations there.
- These built-in functions perform the operation suggested by the name, and returns the value that had previously been in memory. That is, operations on integer operands have the following semantics. Operations on pointer arguments are performed as if the operands were of the uintptr_t type.