Let’s think about the function signature in different (statically typed) languages. Remember, the compile breaks out of the function when return method is called, and nothing after it is run. The function defines a return type, and to a naive programmer looking at the signature it seems that one can only return a single thing. And it’s true- you can only return one thing. But, that thing can be an Object or an Array.
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