INT 20h - Program terminate

This is one of several calls by which a program can terminate execution. It informs DOS that the program is complete and that occupied memory should be released.

Action: On execution the call restores vectors for INTs 22h to 24h from the program's PSP, flushes any buffers and transfers control to the terminate handler address.
On entry: CS = Segment address of PSP
Returns: Nothing
Notes: The preferred termination method is INT 21h function 4Ch. Since this call has a memory addressing limit of 16 bits, (64k bytes) it is of limited use, and cannot be used in an EXE program.