Are there any standard exit status codes in Linux

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A process is considered to have completed correctly in Linux if its exit status was 0.

I've seen that segmentation faults often result in an exit status of 11, though I don't know if this is simply the convention where I work (the applications that failed like that have all been internal) or a standard.

Are there standard exit codes for processes in Linux?
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