Top-level Command

Arguments: &optional status&key no-unwind quiet>

:exit simply calls the function exit, passing all arguments to exit except when there are several interactive processes, in which case :exit asks the user whether or not he wants to exit Lisp in the presence of other processes, and if the answer is `yes', then exit is called.

The minimal abbreviation of :exit is :ex.

See top-level.htm for more information on top-level commands.

The documentation is described in introduction.htm and the index is in index.htm.

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