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Jun 18 2008   1:14PM GMT

VBScript Statements: Explanation of the Exit statement

Jerry Lees Jerry Lees Profile: Jerry Lees

The Exit statement in vbscript allows you to exit a block of code, in the case of a subroutine (Exit Sub) or a function (Exit Function), or the entire script.

This statement is assumed at the end of a script, and therefore is not required, but is typically used in conditional statements to exit a section of code when a particular condition is met.

 Below is an example:

 mysub(1)
 mysub(3)
 mysub(2)
 mysub(0)

sub mysub(testvar)
    testvar=testvar + 1
    if testvar =2 then
        exit sub
    else
        wscript.echo testvar
    endif
end sub

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