_execute_onexit_table, _initialize_onexit_table, _register_onexit_function

Manages the routines to be called at exit time.

Syntax

int _initialize_onexit_table(
    _onexit_table_t* table
    );

int _register_onexit_function(
    _onexit_table_t* table,
    _onexit_t        function
    );

int _execute_onexit_table(
    _onexit_table_t* table
    );

Parameters

table
[in, out] Pointer to the onexit function table.

function
[in] Pointer to a function to add to the onexit function table.

Return Value

If successful, returns 0. Otherwise, returns a negative value.

Remarks

These functions are infrastructure implementation details used to support the C runtime, and should not be called directly from your code. The C runtime uses an onexit function table to represent the sequence of functions registered by calls to atexit, at_quick_exit, and _onexit. The onexit function table data structure is an opaque implementation detail of the C runtime; the order and meaning of its data members may change. They should not be inspected by external code.

The _initialize_onexit_table function initializes the onexit function table to its initial value. This function must be called before the onexit function table is passed to either _register_onexit_function or _execute_onexit_table.

The _register_onexit_function function appends a function to the end of the onexit function table.

The _execute_onexit_table function executes all of the functions in the onexit function table, clears the table, and then returns. After a call to _execute_onexit_table, the table is in a non-valid state; it must be reinitialized by a call to _initialize_onexit_table before it is used again.

Requirements

Routine Required header
_initialize_onexit_table function, _register_onexit_function, _execute_onexit_table C, C++: <process.h>

The _initialize_onexit_table, _register_onexit_function, and _execute_onexit_table functions are Microsoft specific. For compatibility information, see Compatibility.

See also

atexit
exit, _Exit, _exit
_onexit, _onexit_m