string function in implementation seciton

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Hello, I am having trouble with the implementation section of my code. The trouble I am having is with the """"string Name::RevereUsingString()""" function/method. I keep getting an error saying that """"control reaches end of non-void function"""". The two void function below the ""string Name::RevereUsingString()"" fuction/method are ok and ready to be worked on.

Can anybody show me how to implement the ""string Name::RevereUsingString()"" correctly in the implementation section?

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#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

//-------------Class Section------------------------------------
class Name
{
    public:
        string Names[5];
    public:
        string TheName;
        Name()
            { TheName=""; }
        Name(string name)
            { TheName=name; }
        string ReverseUsingString();
        void ReverseUsingArray(char Reversed[]);
        void ReverseUsingPtrs(char *Reversed);
        void operator =(char *name) {TheName=name;}
};

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//--------------------Implementation Section--------------------------------------
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
string Name::ReverseUsingString()                    //error here
{                                                    //error here
                                        
}                                                   //error here

void Name::ReverseUsingArray(char Reversed[])
{
    
}

void Name::ReverseUsingPtrs(char *Reversed)
{
    
}

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//----------------------------Main Function-------------------------------------
int main()
{
    Name Names[5];
    Names[0] = "Ben Dover";
    Names[1] = "Chuck Roast";
    Names[2] = "Jim Naysium";
    Names[3] = "Ella Quint";
    Names[4] = "Justin Case";
    
    char reversedname1[100], reversedname2[100];
    
    for (int i=0; i<5; ++i)
    {
        Names[i].ReverseUsingArray(reversedname1);
        Names[i].ReverseUsingPtrs(reversedname2);
        cout << "Original Name : " << Names[i].TheName << endl;
        cout << " reversed with arrays: -->" << reversedname1 << "<--\n";
        cout << " reversed with ptrs : -->" << reversedname2 << "<--\n";
        cout << " reversed with string: -->" << Names[i].ReverseUsingString() << "<--\n\n";
    }
    system("pause"); return 0;
}
If you say that you are going to return something, then return something.
Simple, ┬┐right?

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string Name::ReverseUsingString()
{
   return "foo";                           
}
closed account (98qiz8AR)
haha, Thanks.. Thats awesome, It worked..
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