5 years ago in C++ Functions

The library function exit() causes an exit from ?

[A] The loop in which it occurs
[B] The block in which it occurs
[C] The function in which it occurs
[D] The program in which it occurs
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Tofail Ahmad
Tofail Ahmad - 1 month ago

Tofail Ahmad is saying The loop in which it occurs is correct answer

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Saisha Shetty - 2 months ago

Saisha Shetty is saying The program in which it occurs is correct answer

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Rohan Godara - 3 months ago

Rohan Godara is saying The program in which it occurs is correct answer

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Fahad Ahmad Khan - 3 months ago

Fahad Ahmad Khan is saying The program in which it occurs is correct answer

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indhuja indhuja - 4 months ago

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