This console application has exited with code 0 (0x0).
I got this one from the developers blog. As someone who uses the Windows command line all the time, I was curious to see what the ‘0x0’ meant. As you can probably imagine, the only explanation is that the program has finished shutting down.
This console application has exited using 0 0x0.It’s a little odd, since the console application was terminated using the zero flag, but I have no idea what that means.
It’s a little odd. It’s actually pretty good, at least in theory. It’s quite the same version of the code, and that’s pretty much the only thing I can remember.
The console application doesn’t provide much information, but I think it is attempting to shut down the program, and the process ID is zero. Which is why it is giving you a 0x0 when it exits.
I was going to start a new post on this, but I ran out of time.
I have to say that the console application does not provide much information. It is only the code that is interesting. Its probably trying to shut down the console application, which is where the zero exit code comes from.
I was going to go on, but I have other stuff to do.
I think we can all agree that the console application would be more useful if it provided more information about it. This is because the console application is the program that serves as the central command-line interface of Deathloop. The console application is a very low-level application that is only interested in the information that is provided by the program that is running on the machine it is attached to.
You could get a console application to tell you about itself, but then you would have to be an expert in programming to figure out what information is available in the console application. Even then, you would have to read through the code to figure out how to use it. It is much more convenient, then, to simply use the console application as an integral part of the program.