Exiting a PowerBuilder application with ExitCode

There are two ways of getting the exit code from your PowerBuilder application. The first is declaring an external function, as the source below:

Now, just call the function, passing the desired exit code:

The second is to use the LongParm attribute of Message object in the Close event of the application:

The exit code will be stored in the %ERRORLEVEL% variable.

To test it out:

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