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Is There an "istruction code" in vb.net to close a console application? (VS2005)

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HI,
Is There an "istruction code" in vb.net to close a console application? (VS2005)
because I have not the possibility to terminate the "main function",
because of the thread of my functions

I'm trying with Application.Exit, but I don't know what
references have to add in order to use this object.
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Here is how you can end a console application.

using System.Threading;

Process.GetCurrentProcess().Kill(); // Kills this program...
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System.Environment.Exit(exitCode) - Terminates this process and gives the underlying operating system the specified exit code.  This call requires that you have SecurityPermissionFlag.UnmanagedCode permissions. If you do not, a SecurityException error occurs.  This is the call to use if you are running a console application.

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thanky you very much!
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