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Old 02-18-2006, 05:00 AM   #1
starunj
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Question Keybinding for CTRL+Z


I am running a serial terminal written in Python. I am communicating with a GSM modem and am sending AT commands over the serial port. In one particular kind of an AT command, I need to terminate a string by pressing CTRL+Z. However, this is sending the process to the background in the terminal. How do I send CTRL+z?

Also, while writing code, what is the character code for ctrl+z?

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Tarun
 
  


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