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Quit

FilledSmallSquareQuit[ ] terminates a Mathematica session.

FilledSmallSquare All definitions that you have not explicitly saved in files are lost when the Mathematica session terminates.

FilledSmallSquare Before terminating a session, Mathematica executes any delayed value that has been assigned to the global variable $Epilog. Conventionally, this attempts to read in a file end.m of commands to be executed before termination.

FilledSmallSquare On most computer systems, Quit[n] terminates Mathematica, passing the integer n as an exit code to the operating system.

FilledSmallSquareExit is a synonym for Quit.

FilledSmallSquare See The Mathematica Book: Section 1.0.2, Section 2.13.1 and Section A.7.5.

FilledSmallSquare See also: Return, $IgnoreEOF.

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