As an example: when you enter a Walmart, you enter the two door that is posted enterance then about 12 feet into the store is the electronic “stands”. If a shopper has walked past the electronic “stands” but has not gone through the exit door have they exited the business?
The door is generally considered the entrance and exit. Larger stores have detectors just inside the door to catch/prevent theft and if you set these off, the security generally tries to determine the intent — exit or just too close to the detectors. Hope this helps, good luck.
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