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  • At what point in history, did the CPPRT C++ Runtime begin implicitly calling or invoking the exit() function of the STD C Library?

    Because a C++ "return 0;" doesn't have the semantics of clean up like the exit() does.

    In the past, I had repeatedly had the end user intuition of C having better energy than C++ programs.

    Plus there was a steadfast devoted community to the C Language even whilst C++ gained worldwide fame and popularity.

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020 5:25 PM