quit : void -> void
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- The command quit, when executed, stops the execution of a Sollya
script and leaves the Sollya interpreter unless the quit command
is executed in a Sollya script read into a main Sollya script by
execute or #include.
Upon exiting the Sollya interpreter, all state is thrown away, all
memory is deallocated, all bound libraries are unbound and the
temporary files produced by plot and externalplot are deleted.
If the quit command does not lead to a halt of the Sollya
interpreter, a warning is displayed.