How to declare Return Types for Functions in TypeScript

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If you want to declare Return Types for Functions in TypeScript? Below is a fully working example – you’ll see that var result is implicitly a string because the return type is specified on the greet() function. Change the type to number and you’ll get warnings.

Here is the number example – you’ll see red squiggles in the playground editor if you try this:


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