abort() – Utility Function

abort() – Utility Function

How is Utility function “abort()” used in C++?
How to Abort the program using c++?

Explanation

abort() is a Utility Function that abort(terminate) the program execution immediately. It will return an implementation defined value to the calling process, in environments that support this function otherwise never returns to the calling program.

Syntax:

void abort(void);

Example :

#include
#include
int main()
{
printf(“The program will get aborted”);
abort();
}

Result :

The program will get aborted
Abnormal program termination

In the above example abort() terminates the program and returns an implementation defined value.





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