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Compiler exit status codes and termination messages
5.5 Compiler exit status codes and termination messages
If the compiler detects any warnings or errors during compilation, it writes the messages to
At the end of the messages, a summary message is displayed that gives the total number of each type of message of the form:
Remarks are not displayed by default. To display remarks, use the
The signals SIGINT (caused by a user interrupt, like ^C) and SIGTERM (caused by a UNIX
On completion, the compiler returns a value greater than zero if an error is detected. If no error is detected, a value of zero is returned.
of your data.