What is the difference between never and void in typescript?

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In this example, We have shared what is the difference between never and void in typescript? In imperative languages, void can be thought of as a type containing a single value. Such languages do not provide a means to construct or consume this value, but a void function can be thought of as returning this trivial value.

In contrast never is a type containing no values, which means that a function with this return type can never return normally at all. This means either throwing an exception or failing to terminate.


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