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quit  or  bye  or  end  or  stop  or  exit
quit(F) or bye(F) or end(F) or stop(F) or exit(F)

Keywords: general
To terminate a MacAnova run, type 'quit'.  On a version with Windows
(Macintosh, Windows or Motif), you will be asked if you want to save the
workspace and any command/output windows.

quit() or quit(T) has the same effect as 'quit'.

quit(F) means you want to quit unconditionally with no opportunity to
save the workspace or windows.  On a version without Windows, it is no
different from quit(T).

It is an error for quit to be part of a compound command (enclosed in
{...}) or for there to be anything other than a comment starting with
'#' after it on the command line.

'stop', 'end', 'bye' and 'exit' mean the same as 'quit'.

  Cmd> quit  # or bye or stop() or end(T), etc.

In a windowed version (Macintosh, Windows or Motif), you can also
select Quit on the File Menu.  You will be asked whether you wish to
save the workspace or the command/output window(s).  On a Macintosh, if
you hold down the Option key while selecting Quit or hitting Return
after typing 'quit', you quit unconditionally without a chance to save

See also topic 'launching'.

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15