Difference between returning nothing, undefined, or null

Let's assume the following functions:

const a = () => { return }
const b = () => { return undefined }
const c = () => { return null }

If you execute them:

a() // undefined
b() // undefined
c() // null

If you don't specify any parameters using a return statement, you are returning an undefined value. As null is a specific (empty) value, it's different from undefined.

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