While exiting a MySQL function is fairly straight-forward, simply use the RETURN keyword, exiting a Stored Procedure is not quite as obvious. There is no EXIT keyword, however you can use the LEAVE keyword and specify a label that is associated with the BEGIN of the Stored Procedure. In this way, you are defining the Stored Procedure with a Label, which the LEAVE statement can then act upon.
As an example, look at the following Stored Procedure :
CREATE PROCEDURE TestProc(Value INT)
IF Value is null or Value=0 then
Select ‘Invalid Value’;
Select * from Table twhere t.Value=Value;
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