I'm searching (am I?) for a piece of code that quits immediately - in an absolutely unconventional way.
This does not mean:
System.exit((int) 'A'); (Java).
It might mean:
#!/usr/bin/env python3 # NOTE: This kills ALL RUNNING Python processes. Be careful! def exit(): import os os.system("killall python3") # Windows addon os.system("taskkill /im python.exe /f") exit()
Most upvoted answer wins! All languages, all architectures.
Edit: Quitting by throwing exceptions won't be accepted any more!
exit(), but still it's an implemented feature... \$\endgroup\$