CTRL-C
CTRL-C

CTRL-C

Sending an end-of-transmission character,
ETX
(3 in hex), to the console (port 0) terminates the ZBI program currently running.
Format
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Parameters
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Example
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Comments
In most terminal programs, you terminate the program using the
Ctrl-C
key sequence. Another method is to store an ETX character in a file and have the terminal program send the file to the console port.
It is not recommended to use
RESTART
after using a
CTRL-C
because a command may have been prematurely interrupted. Restarting will have an undefined result.