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Interrupt 22h   Terminate Address 
(0:0088h) 
 This interrupt transfers control to the far (dword) address at this interrupt 
location when an application program terminates. The default address for this 
interrupt is 0:0088h through 0:008Bh. This address is copied into the program's 
Program Segment Prefix at bytes 0Ah through 0Dh at the time the segment is 
created and is restored from the PSP when the program terminates. The calling  
program is normally COMMAND.COM or an application. Do not issue this interrupt 
directly, as the EXEC function call does this for you. If an application  
spawns a child process, it must set the Terminate Address prior to issuing the  
EXEC function call, otherwise when the second program terminated it would  
return to the calling program's Terminate Address rather than its own. This  
address may be set with Int\21f\25.


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