The java.lang.System.exit() method exits current program by terminating running Java virtual machine. This method takes a status code. A non-zero value of status code is generally used to indicate abnormal termination. This is similar exit in C/C++.
Following is the declaration for java.lang.System.exit() method:
public static void exit(int status)
exit(0) : Generally used to indicate successful termination.
exit(1) or exit(-1) or any other non-zero value – Generally indicates unsuccessful termination.
Note : This method does not return any value.
The following example shows the usage of java.lang.System.exit() method.
arr = 1 arr = 2 arr = 3 arr = 4 exit...
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