4 examples of 'how to exit node in terminal' in JavaScript

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142onNodeExit() {
143 this.trigger('exit');
144}
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203private _onExit(exitCode: number): void {
204 this._process = null;
205
206 // If the process is marked as launching then mark the process as killed
207 // during launch. This typically means that there is a problem with the
208 // shell and args.
209 if (this.processState === ProcessState.LAUNCHING) {
210 this.processState = ProcessState.KILLED_DURING_LAUNCH;
211 }
212
213 // If TerminalInstance did not know about the process exit then it was
214 // triggered by the process, not on VS Code's side.
215 if (this.processState === ProcessState.RUNNING) {
216 this.processState = ProcessState.KILLED_BY_PROCESS;
217 }
218
219 this._onProcessExit.fire(exitCode);
220}
9function ExitNode(host, port, secure) {
10 this.setUri(host, port, secure);
11
12 this.unique = 1;
13 this.connected = false;
14
15 this.callbacks = [];
16};
264exitAllTerminals () {
265 for (let terminal of this.terminals_set) {
266 terminal.exit()
267 }
268}

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