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-19-Jul-01 ;SMJ 
  
-       -= TOPS-20 Starter Guide for UNIX users =-+       **-= TOPS-20 Starter Guide for UNIX users =-**
  
 Its important to know these basics before continuing: Its important to know these basics before continuing:
  
-^S = CTRL-S  pause ouput +  * ^S = CTRL-S  pause ouput 
-^Q = CTRL-Q  unpause output +  ^Q = CTRL-Q  unpause output 
-^O = CTRL-O  ignore output +  ^O = CTRL-O  ignore output 
-^U = CTRL-U  clear input +  ^U = CTRL-U  clear input 
-^C = CTRL-C  quits a job +  ^C = CTRL-C  quits a job 
-^F = CTRL-F  completion (try <ESC> too) +  ^F = CTRL-F  completion (try <ESC> too) 
-^T = CTRL-T  Job Status +  ^T = CTRL-T  Job Status 
-^\ = CTRL-\  When running 'LOGOUT' use this to close TELNET+  ^\ = CTRL-\  When running 'LOGOUT' use this to close TELNET
  
 This document is written assuming that the reader has a basic This document is written assuming that the reader has a basic
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 EXEC has command completion via <ESC> or ^F EXEC has command completion via <ESC> or ^F
-EXEC has command recognition (use ? to have EXEC tell you+EXEC has command recognition use ? to have EXEC tell you
                               mapped completions)                               mapped completions)
  
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