What does the return statement do in Python?

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How do we use the return statement in Python and what is the purpose of it? Also, what is the difference between return statement and print statement?

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The print() function is use to write or "print" a string in the console whereas a return statement lets your function to exit and hand back a value to its caller.

The return statement in python is used when a function is ready to return a value to its caller.

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