How do I exit terminal?
|Program||How to exit|
|screen||Ctrl-a + d (detaches session) Ctrl-a + k (kill session)|
|Normal terminal session||Ctrl-d (End-of-Transmission / EOT)|
What does exit () do in terminal? The exit command lets you quit the shell where it’s run. Exit the shell.
What is exit command in Linux? exit command in linux is used to exit the shell where it is currently running. It takes one more parameter as [N] and exits the shell with a return of status N. If n is not provided, then it simply returns the status of last command that is executed. Syntax: exit [n]
What is exit $? After a function returns, $? gives the exit status of the last command executed in the function. This is Bash’s way of giving functions a “return value.” [ 1] Following the execution of a pipe, a $? gives the exit status of the last command executed.