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problem in exitvalue()

 
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Hi,

I'm implementing an application in that I have to handle process.
I'm using process.exitValue() , its returning me the value.

what is those value represents ?

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And what do the Javadocs say?
 
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0 indicates normal termination

thats the only thing they have mentioned.

I want what exitValue() returns other than 0 and what it indicates
 
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swapnel surade wrote:what is those value represents ?



That depends on the external application you're running...
 
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so it means process will return any value if it is not terminated properly and 0 for proper termination
 
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swapnel surade wrote:so it means process will return any value if it is not terminated properly and 0 for proper termination



It means that by convention 0 means normal termination, but it's up to the coder to choose the value to be returned.
 
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