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exit -- exit the program


exit n -- terminates the program and returns n as return code.
exit -- terminates the program and returns 0 as return code.

Files are flushed and closed. Functions registered with addEndFunction are called, unless a nonzero return value has been provided. Another way to exit is to type the end of file character, which is typically set to Control-D in unix systems, and is Control-Z under Windows.

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For the programmer

The object exit is a command.