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On Friday, 1 July 2022 at 16:05:30 +0300, Ori Idan wrote:
On Thu, Jun 30, 2022 at 7:38 PM Paul Winalski
o why a memory access violation is reported as "segmentation fault" or
"bus error", and the difference between the two
o why CTRL/D is used to end a shell command line session
I am not sure I know that, I'd be happy to know.
It's the ASCII control character EOT (end of transmission).
o why CTRL/S
and CTRL/Q are used for flow control in a shell command
Also would be happy to know.
Also ASCII control characters: XON (^S) and XOFF (^Q).
DC1 and DC3 (known also as XON and XOFF respectively in this usage)
originated as the "start and stop remote paper-tape-reader"
functions in ASCII Telex networks. This teleprinter usage became the
de facto standard for software flow control.
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