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Command Terminating Control Characters
The Carriage Return character terminates a command, but first
erases any characters at and to the right of the cursor.
CTRL-V, on the other hand, skips the cursor to the right end
of the line, then terminates it. The "Funny Return" character
CTRL-F serves different purposes depending on what routine is
soliciting the command.
For more about CTRL-F, see "habt" and "hrpt".
The general control character directory is "hcc".