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Exit C# console application explicitely

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Shrey

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Exit C# console application explicitely Posted: Apr 8, 2003 5:22 AM
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How can I Exit C# console application explicitely. Application.Exist() does not close application execution.
Thanks in advance


Shrey

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Re: Exit C# console application explicitely Posted: Apr 8, 2003 7:28 AM
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Following statement is working:-

Process.GetCurrentProcess().Kill();
Is this a correct way? o we have any other way to close the application explicitly?

Thank you

Matt Gerrans

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Re: Exit C# console application explicitely Posted: Apr 18, 2003 3:23 PM
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I don't think that is a very safe approach, especially if you are doing any finalization, like saving files in your destructors or Dispose() methods. It is best if you can just return by normal means (that is, when you return from Main, the app is finished running). Exiting from various points in your app usually makes for more trouble than it is worth.

dsa

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Re: Exit C# console application explicitely Posted: Oct 12, 2003 1:50 AM
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Did you try Environment.Exit() ? It is working for me.

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