Code Inspection: Redundant control flow jump statement
If control flow does not change after you remove jump statements, such as
goto, these statements are redundant.
For example, using
return; at the end of a void function is allowed by the compiler but it does not make the code better. A void function completes anyway when all its instructions have been executed, and control is transferred to the invoker of the method. So in this case the
return; statement is redundant.
In the example below we have a redundant
return; in a constructor and ReSharper suggests removing it.