void exit(int status);
The exit() function causes normal program termination
to occur. If a program executes more than one call to the
exit() function, the behavior is undefined.
First, exit() calls all functions registered by the
atexit() function in the reverse order of their
registration. Next, exit() flushes all open streams with
unwritten buffered data, and closes all open streams.
Last, exit() returns control to the host environment
by calling _exit(status).
If the value of status is zero or EXIT_SUCCESS,
exit() returns an implementation-defined form of the
status successful termination.
If the value of status is EXIT_FAILURE, it returns an
implementation-defined form of the status unsuccessful termination.
The exit() function has
the effect of fclose() on every open stream, with the
properties of fclose().
Do not call exit() from
a function registered by atexit().
For maximum portability, use only the EXIT_SUCCESS and
EXIT_FAILURE macros for status.
Indicates the value to be returned to the parent process.
The exit() function cannot return to its caller.
If NuTCRACKER Platform applications exit as a result of an unhandled exception,
the NuTCRACKER Platform calls the Win32 function ExitProcess()
with a Win32 exception code.
waitpid() translates this to a UNIX exit code.
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