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In a @return tag statement the description: a. describes the return value b. must be longer than one line c. cannot be longer than one line d. describes the parameter values

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Option A is the correct answer to the above question.

Explanation:

The concept of programming states that each function returns some value. If the user does not define the return value, the function returns the garbage value otherwise it returns the user defined value.

The user defines the return value with the help of the “return” statement and the following syntax-

output value; // The return statement.

So option A is correct because it satisfies the above concept while the other is not because–

Option B states that it must be longer than one line which is not correct. Option C states that it cannot be longer than one line but this line makes no sense about the returned statement. Option D states that it describes the parameter value which is the incorrect definition under the returned statement.