a point at which a routine's body, or a basic block, or a piece, or a lump, may end its execution
a specific point in a system function or program where control may be passed to an installation specified program or programs
a specific point in a system function or program where control may be passed to one or more specified exit programs
A point through which control may be transferred. An exit point established by a block statement may have an associated exit procedure.
The point at which the electrode pieces the workpiece in through hole EDM.
a point in a control form from which ( e.g., block), through which ( e.g., unwind-protect), or to which ( e.g., tagbody) control and possibly values can be transferred both actively by using another control form and passively through the normal control and data flow of evaluation. catch and block establish bindings for exit points to which throw and return-from, respectively, can transfer control and values; tagbody establishes a binding for an exit point with lexical extent to which go can transfer control; and unwind-protect establishes an exit point through which control might be transferred by operators such as throw, return-from, and go.
A point in the process where the process ends.
A point of connection at which a supply of electricity may flow between the Recâ€(tm)s system and the clientâ€(tm)s installation, suppliers installation or the distribution system of another person.