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Application.Exit() ... how do I send a return code upon exit.

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I am new to C# and I want to:

Create a Windows Forms Application that will send back a return code on exit, so that another application can receive an indication that it ran sucessfully or not.

I am trying to set the exit code before I call application exit, but it does not seem to work ...

System.Environment.ExitCode = 9;
Application.Exit();

What am I missing?

PS - I am not using a Console application, because I need to invoke a form for the user to interact with.
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Hrm, If I recall correctly, I think Application.Exit() shuts down the message pump in the current thread, but the application doesn't actually terminate on that line of code.

So you could probably try:

Application.Exit();
Environment.Exit(9);

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Works Perfectly! ... Thanks a bunch ...
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