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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:


se.sePutNumber(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: