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The HALT command (or CTRL/C) stops your job.
CTRL/C echoes on your terminal as ^C.
Places your terminal at monitor level.
Does not require LOGIN.
1. Request a list of your directory.
PATH1.RNO 3 <055> dd-mmm-yy DSKC:[27,5434]
SWITCH.INI 1 <055> dd-mmm-yy
Type two CTRL/Cs to halt output.
2. Execute a program.
[LNKXCT PROG EXECUTION]
Two CTRL/Cs return you to monitor level, interrupting program
Use CCONTINUE to continue execution while remaining at
Use HALT to interrupt execution. (See NOTE below.)
Use CONTINUE to re-enter user level and continue program
END OF EXECUTION
CPU TIME:6.12 ELAPSED TIME:45.73
Program successfully completes execution.
It is necessary to halt execution of a
program if your terminal is to enter or leave
user level. Therefore, you must issue a HALT
or CTRL/C at monitor level, after you have
used the CCONTINUE or CSTART commands, for
your terminal to enter user level.