troubleshooting Question

bash. success or exit

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In a bash script,
I need that if a command fails, the script exits.

Now I do as follows:
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cat example.txt
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then exit; fi;
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is there a more compact way of doing this?
something like
cat example.txt  __SUCCESS_OR_DIE__

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ahoffmann

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