Terminates the script.
Exit [return code]
|return code||[optional] Integer that sets the script's return code. This code can be used by Windows or the DOS variable %ERRORLEVEL%. The default is 0. Scripts normally set an errorlevel of 0 if the script executed properly; error levels 1 and above typically indicate that the script did not execute properly.|
RemarksThe parameter, if included, can be enclosed in parentheses. Thus, the following are equivalent: Exit, Exit 0, and Exit(0). However, Exit() is invalid.
; Terminate script if no command-line arguments
If $CmdLine = 0 Then Exit(1)
; Open file specified as first command-line argument
$file = FileOpen($CmdLine, 0)
; Check if file opened for reading OK
If $file = -1 Then Exit(2)
; If file is empty then exit (script is successful)
$line = FileReadLine($file)
If @error = -1 Then Exit
;code to process file goes here
Exit ;is optional if last line of script