Exit - Computing

Computing

  • Exit (command), a termination command in many operating systems
  • exit (operating system), a system call to terminate a running process
  • EXIT chart, a technique to aid the construction of error-correcting codes
  • .exit, a pseudo-top-level domain
  • User exit, a predefined replaceable procedure in a software package

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