The Python return statement is a key component of functions and methods. You can use the return statement to make your functions send Python objects back to the caller code. These objects are known as the function’s return value. You can use them to perform further computation in your programs.
Using the return statement effectively is a core skill if you want to code custom functions that are Pythonic and robust.
In this course, you’ll learn:
How to use the Python return statement in your functions
How to return single or multiple values from your functions
What best practices to observe when using return statements
How to structure more advanced return statements