After the removal of “noreturn” keyword, C11 standard (known as final draft) of C programming language introduce a new “_Noreturn” function specifier that specify that the function does not return to the function that it was called from. If the programmer try to return any value from that function which is declared as _Noreturn type, then the compiler automatically generates a compile time error.
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