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Catching - "not all code paths return a value"

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Hi, In converting over to C# from VB I notice that I start to get a few messages on my functions saying that not all code paths return a value.
Now I believe that this is due to some levels of a conditional statement not having a return value (is that a correct assumption?).
In more complicated conditional staements are there any ways in ASP.NET to identify which code paths are producing this error. or a simple method to resolve this.
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