The program ‘ csharptest.dll’ has exited with code 0 (0x0).
The program is in the process of exiting. It’s not a bad program if you don’t have a clue how to use it.
The exit code 0 is the result of the last command executed by the program. So if you just want to kill it, you can stop it at any time by selecting a shortcut key.
A previous version of the program had been a script that got you into trouble by not being able to execute any commands. It was the result of a bug in the program’s source code which was caused by a bug in the script. The bug was fixed. The script had worked fine.
There’s also the problem of trying to get into trouble by writing a script that would cause you to end up being killed by the program. We decided not to fix that in the first place because it’s really easy to just remove the script and replace it with a script that works. So the exit code 0 is not really a problem.
The exit code 0 is actually more of a problem. Its an error code. It means that the program either didn’t complete successfully, or crashed. We fixed it. If the script is a good script, then its a good script. If the script is a bad script, then its a bad script.
Basically, that means that it was a bad script and we fixed it. But if it is a good script, then it means the script is a good script. If it is a bad script, then it means the script is a bad script.
I’m not sure if this is in the best interests of all of us. I don’t think we have any good idea about what you are. Just ask the guy at the top of this page and you are going to answer with the best of intentions.
Some of the scripts that are good are those that were written with the intention of giving newbies the best experience possible. But some of the scripts that we have seen that are bad, may have been written by a single person that doesn’t really know what he is doing.