By Steve Bellis, CBS News The exit code is one of the few codes that can be used to identify a program when a critical program break occurs.
If a program fails, it will not execute until the user exits the program.
The code is also used to indicate if a program is in an invalid state or if it is otherwise unsafe.
The exit codes are also used when the program is run.
For example, if a user enters the program ‘baz’, it will fail the program execution, even though the exit code 0 indicates the program was in an OK state.
This is because the program will return when the user is able to return to the program’s main menu.
The Exit Code is used to tell users when they need to leave a program.
For more information about exit codes, visit the official C++ Exit Code website.