What is the command in C# for exit a Console Application?
I have a bunch of system calls in ruby such as the following and I want to check their exit codes simultaneously so that my script exits out if that command fails.
system(“VBoxManage createvm –name …
When a user presses the back button on an intent, the application should quit. How can I ensure the application quits when the back button is pressed?
In PHP, if I use the include() or require() functions to start running code in another script, is there a way to terminate the parent script from within the child?
So say I have this in parent.php:
When we learn C++ in school, our professor will tell us to write return 0; at the last line of codes in the main function and it is considered as a good programming practice.
In Java, I realise some …
If I use exit(), GCC doesn’t give a warning:
If we use any other function, we will definitely meet such a warning:
warning: control reaches end of non-void …
I need to delete some certain files, then user closes program in WPF. So I tried MDSN code from here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.application.exit.aspx this way:
this code …
I have some objects on the stack in main function:
Also, I have a function, that keeps track of errors in my application:
void Err(std::string msg)
I’m building a Shell Script that has a if function like this one:
if jarsigner -verbose -keystore $keyst -keystore $pass $jar_file $kalias
echo $jar_file signed sucessfully
What’s the difference? Which is preferred, or when should I use each one respectively?