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If, for any reason, ADAM goes dead, try this command. It has a similar effect to Ctrl/Y or Ctrl/C on a VAX.
CON: is a mandatory parameter. (It is the name of the ADAM terminal.)
This command should only be used when there is no ADAM prompt. It can be issued at other times (eg to halt a command that is producing a lot of output) but only if the BREAK key is pressed and the Operating System's '*' prompt is obtained.
N.B. This command cannot be used to perform an orderly stop during either RUN or GLANCE.
Sometimes it is necessary to type an extra <c/r> to make the command work. On rarer occasions it may be necessary to issue the command more than once for it to take effect.