exit program ruby

To exit a Ruby program, you can use the exit keyword. The exit keyword is used to terminate the execution of the program.

Here are the steps to exit a Ruby program using the exit keyword:

  1. Identify the point in your code where you want to exit the program.

  2. Use the exit keyword followed by an optional exit code inside parentheses. The exit code is an integer that represents the status of the program upon termination. If no exit code is provided, the default value is 0.

  3. The exit keyword will immediately terminate the program and return the specified exit code to the operating system.

And that's it! By using the exit keyword, you can gracefully exit a Ruby program at any desired point.