Terminates Scilab or decreases the pause level
quit command has two different meanings depending on the calling context:
- If there is no
quitcommand makes Scilab terminate, even if the command is called inside a function.
- If there is a
quitcommand makes abort of the instructions started at this pause level and terminates the current pause level.
// quit Scilab function foo(x) if x then quit end endfunction foo(%t) //quits scilab //terminate instruction started in a pause context function foo(x) if x then quit end endfunction pause foo(%t) //returns at the main prompt level function foo1(x) mprintf('P1\n') if x then pause mprintf('P2\n') end mprintf('P3\n') endfunction foo1(%t) //enter quit at the following prompt
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