Mar 4, 2002, 11:09 AM
Post #6 of 10
That's correct. You don't need exit, because after successful completion of the program, it exits anyway. You can use exit to prematurely quit a program (that is, to not run the rest of it), but I always recommend writing programs so that it doesn't need to exit.
Also, if memory serves, you should never use exit in a program that's supposed to run on mod_perl. One of the mod_perl gurus can confirm/deny this