void Main() or int Main() with return 0

I once read that in C++ it is better programming practice to use int main() with a return 0 rather than using void main.  Is this true and if so is it true of C# as well?  I have looked at many tutorials on C# and found one that used the int return way.
chilled2003Asked:
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SRigneyCommented:
In my opinion it depends on what you will be doing with your application.

If you are writing anything that will be called from a command line, batch file, or DTS Schedule then using a return value would be better because the return value will be provided to the callers, and allow them to make decisions based on the value.

0 is considered no error any non zero number is considered an error.

If you are just writing a GUI then there would be no difference between return 0 and void main.
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ptmcompCommented:
As long the return value is not used it doesn't matter. If your calling from a batch file and returning a result use int main().
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