EXIT(II) 8/5/73 EXIT(II) NAME exit - terminate process SYNOPSIS (exit = 1.) (status in r0) sys exit exit(status) int status; DESCRIPTION Exit is the normal means of terminating a process. Exit closes all the process' files and notifies the parent process if it is executing a wait. The low byte of r0 (resp. the argument to exit) is available as status to the parent process. This call can never return. SEE ALSO wait(II) DIAGNOSTICS None.