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Ending a Darwin Session

We can end a session by typing one of the commands quit, done or stop. The total amount of CPU usage is indicated and control is returned to your operating system.

> quit;

Alternatively, we may terminate a session by pressing the <control-c> sequence twice before terminating a command with either a semicolon or colon.

Gaston Gonnet