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exit

Set return status code and stop.

EXIT

NAME

exit - Set return status code and stop.

SYNOPSIS

exit(code);

DESCRIPTION

This function set return status code for extenso. Status code for Apache are defined in /includes/extenso.sn:

Note: In the followings examples, the _ between the { should be removed to make it work.

{_{
// Definitions for files functions
%define FILE_SOURCE_PERMS                               0x1000;                                 // Copy source file's permissions

// Definitions for set file permissions
%define USETID                                          0x8000;                                 /* Set user id */
%define UREAD                                           0x0400;                                 /* Read by user */
%define UWRITE                                          0x0200;                                 /* Write by user */
%define UEXECUTE                                        0x0100;                                 /* Execute by user */

%define GSETID                                          0x4000;                                 /* Set group id */
%define GREAD                                           0x0040;                                 /* Read by group */
%define GWRITE                                          0x0020;                                 /* Write by group */
%define GEXECUTE                                        0x0010;                                 /* Execute by group */

%define WSTICKY                                         0x2000;                                 /* Sticky bit */
%define WREAD                                           0x0004;                                 /* Read by others */
%define WWRITE                                          0x0002;                                 /* Write by others */
%define WEXECUTE                                        0x0001;                                 /* Execute by others */

%define OS_DEFAULT                                      0x0FFF;                                 /* use OS's default permissions */

// Definitions for APACHE

%define HTTP_DECLINED                                       -1;
%define HTTP_OK                                              0;
%define HTTP_CONTINUE                                      100;
%define HTTP_SWITCHING_PROTOCOLS                           101;
%define HTTP_PROCESSING                                    102;
%define HTTP_OK                                            200;
%define HTTP_CREATED                                       201;
%define HTTP_ACCEPTED                                      202;
%define HTTP_NON_AUTHORITATIVE                             203;
%define HTTP_NO_CONTENT                                    204;
%define HTTP_RESET_CONTENT                                 205;
%define HTTP_PARTIAL_CONTENT                               206;
%define HTTP_MULTI_STATUS                                  207;
%define HTTP_MULTIPLE_CHOICES                              300;
%define HTTP_MOVED_PERMANENTLY                             301;
%define HTTP_MOVED_TEMPORARILY                             302;
%define HTTP_SEE_OTHER                                     303;
%define HTTP_NOT_MODIFIED                                  304;
%define HTTP_USE_PROXY                                     305;
%define HTTP_TEMPORARY_REDIRECT                            307;
%define HTTP_BAD_REQUEST                                   400;
%define HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED                                  401;
%define HTTP_PAYMENT_REQUIRED                              402;
%define HTTP_FORBIDDEN                                     403;
%define HTTP_NOT_FOUND                                     404;
%define HTTP_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED                            405;
%define HTTP_NOT_ACCEPTABLE                                406;
%define HTTP_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED                 407;
%define HTTP_REQUEST_TIME_OUT                              408;
%define HTTP_CONFLICT                                      409;
%define HTTP_GONE                                          410;
%define HTTP_LENGTH_REQUIRED                               411;
%define HTTP_PRECONDITION_FAILED                           412;
%define HTTP_REQUEST_ENTITY_TOO_LARGE                      413;
%define HTTP_REQUEST_URI_TOO_LARGE                         414;
%define HTTP_UNSUPPORTED_MEDIA_TYPE                        415;
%define HTTP_RANGE_NOT_SATISFIABLE                         416;
%define HTTP_EXPECTATION_FAILED                            417;
%define HTTP_UNPROCESSABLE_ENTITY                          422;
%define HTTP_LOCKED                                        423;
%define HTTP_FAILED_DEPENDENCY                             424;
%define HTTP_UPGRADE_REQUIRED                              426;
%define HTTP_INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR                         500;
%define HTTP_NOT_IMPLEMENTED                               501;
%define HTTP_BAD_GATEWAY                                   502;
%define HTTP_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE                           503;
%define HTTP_GATEWAY_TIME_OUT                              504;
%define HTTP_VERSION_NOT_SUPPORTED                         505;
%define HTTP_VARIANT_ALSO_VARIES                           506;
%define HTTP_INSUFFICIENT_STORAGE                          507;
%define HTTP_NOT_EXTENDED                                  510;

// Alignament options for a cell to be used with xls functions
%define ALIGN_GENERAL                                        0;
%define ALIGN_LEFT                                           1;
%define ALIGN_CENTER                                         2;
%define ALIGN_RIGHT                                          3;
%define ALIGN_FILL                                           4;
%define ALIGN_MULTIPLAN_DEFAULT                              7;

// the border values for a cell to be used with xls functions
%define BORDER_LEFT                                       0x08;
%define BORDER_RIGHT                                      0x10;
%define BORDER_TOP                                        0x20;
%define BORDER_BOTTOM                                     0x40;

}}

The status code with the command line interface is return to the system as-is.

EXAMPLES

Note: In the followings examples, the _ between the { should be removed to make it work.

res=

{_{
    exit(-1);
}}
~

SEE ALSO

AUTHOR

Written by Pierre Laplante, <laplante@sednove.com>

MODIFICATIONS

1.0 2015-05-01 04:24:14 laplante@sednove.com

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