Return 0 Value From C# Entry Point Method Using Parent and Child Programs

Hello everyone, as we know that in C# apps (both Console and Win) Entry Point Method refers to the Main() of a program. When the application is started, the Main method is the first method that is invoked. This Main() does have a return type of “int” and much of the time we noticed that the return value for this Main() seems to 0. So let’s understand the behind the scenes of this return value.
In general, our assumption is (after a Google search) a return of 0 in Main() refers to the status code of the application such as, “Exited Successfully,” or if it’s 1. then it exited with some errors. But, these 0/1 values are user-defined.