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stop-process

Abort the concurrent process.  Ctrl-C Ctrl-C

This command makes a concurrent process (see start-process) believe that you typed Ctrl-C (or, for Unix, the interrupt key).

Under Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista, providing a numeric argument makes this command send a Ctrl-Break signal instead of the usual Ctrl-C signal. Under Windows 95/98/ME, providing a numeric argument makes this command try to force the current process to exit, instead of sending a Ctrl-C character. A numeric argument has no effect under Unix.

More info:

The Concurrent Process
Concurrent Process Primitives (Primitives)



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