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When you type a CTRL/C (control-C), the monitor interrupts your
current running program and returns your terminal to monitor mode.
You must type two CTRL/Cs if your program is not requesting input from
your terminal (that is, if your program is executing). If you issue a
CTRL/C while typing a command in monitor mode, this character causes
the input line to be deleted. If you issue two CTRL/Cs while output
is being printed on your terminal, the output is ended.
This example shows a program prompt. CTRL/C brings your job to