Returns control to the interpreter context that determines what to do next.
A return expression (e.g., “0” or “'oops!'”).
Variable names to be returned to interpreter context. The default is to return no variables; this means the interpreter context will receive an empty ECMAScript object.
The interpreter context is the VoiceXML core. Plum DEV, upon reaching an
<exit> tag, will simply discard the variables returned to it and disconnect. Unlike the
<disconnect> tag, no event is thrown when an
<exit> tag is encountered and the call is immediately terminated.
<?xml version="1.0"?><vxml version="2.0"><form><block><prompt>You will hear this text.</prompt><exit/><prompt>You will never hear this text.</prompt></block></form></vxml>
The output of the above script would be:
Computer: You will hear this text.