Type: Void

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The Void type is used to denote the intentional lack of a value. Void is often the return type of a function that does not provide any information in return.

Void differs from the Null type in that its presence is intentional. When a value is null, there should be a value present but it isn't, whereas when a value is of type Void it is intentionally not present.

Primitives Boolean · Number · String
Objects Color · Dimension · DmxMultiverse · DmxUniverse · LocalInterface · Material · Point · RemoteAddress/IP · Scene · Time · Touch
Node Specific NdiSource · WoControlCue · WoHitTestResult · WoTimeline
Collections List · List of Lists · Map · Varargs
Special Any · Consumer · Expression · Null · Void