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AppUi::Exit() vs User::Exit()

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Created: vasant21 (07 Aug 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (03 Feb 2012)

User::Exit()

  • User::Exit() terminates the current thread or current process ( If the current thread is the main thread in a process), cleaning up any resources used.
  • User::Exit() does not call the destructors, it forcefully cleans the resources.
  • This function cannot leave.

AppUi::Exit()

  • It closes the app UI , it stops the CONE environment, the active scheduler, and calls other functions, such as CCoeEnv::PrepareToExit() before destroying the environment.
  • AppUi::Exit() initiates systematic cleanup of the resources by calling destructor's and appropriate framework routines, hence it can leave even if it does not contain trailing "L".
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