I call function A(), A() calls B(),...., calls Z().
If something wrong in function Z(), program will be stoped by exit(0) in the function Z().
Now, I want it goes back to function A(), instead of stoped, if anything wrong in function Z().
I know we can do that by 'return' from z() to Y()....to A() but need hard work!
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