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Keywords: general, syntax, control
To stop the execution of a command after it has been initiated by Return
or Enter, press the interrupt key, defined for specific systems as
   System        Interrupt Key
   ------        -------------
   MacIntosh     Command+period or Command+I or Interrupt on the File
   DOS           Ctrl+C
   Unix/Linux    Ctrl+C (most common)
   Windows/Motif Ctrl+I or Interrupt on the File menu.

You can also press the interrupt key to stop a large amount of output
being written to the screen or window.

In the windowed versions (Macintosh, Windows, Motif), you may have to
wait a few seconds for the interruption to happen.

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15