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This is the place in which the return value from your wrapper function is to be stored. This discussion will only be minimal for now, a more complete discussion of this object can be found later in the chapter. SE_RETURN mainly works with the SE_VALUE member. For the return, the SE_VALUE is the value to be returned. That is to say, if you want to return the value 10, you would write:


sePutNumber(se, SE_RETURN,SE_VALUE, 10);


The object has four secondary members, all of which are booleans.You set one (and only one) of them to TRUE to indicate a special return condition. They are: