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rhialto%falu.nl@localhost (Rhialto) writes:
>(AmigaDOS had ^C, ^D, ^E and ^F, which processes could distinguish,
>although they hardly ever did. I think the script processor used ^D to
>terminate the script in between programs).
Well, this was necessary, because the script processor and the
program were run by the same process. In UNIX you can send signals
to the specific processes for the shell or the commands it
runs (unless it is a builtin... har har).
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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