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Note that even though most built-in apps do not return, the calling code is kept on stack and one can return to it using a ugly hack, for example through timers, setjmp and longjmp. The reason why they don't return is that they expect to use [[GetKey#GetKey_as_an_exit_point|GetKey as an exit point]].
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Note that even though most built-in apps do not return, the calling code is kept on stack and one can return to it using a ugly hack, for example through [[timers]], setjmp and longjmp. The reason why they don't return is that they expect to use [[GetKey#GetKey_as_an_exit_point|GetKey as an exit point]].

Latest revision as of 18:25, 18 November 2014

Note that even though most built-in apps do not return, the calling code is kept on stack and one can return to it using a ugly hack, for example through timers, setjmp and longjmp. The reason why they don't return is that they expect to use GetKey as an exit point.