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5enchriu
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first approach to new software

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  • 1
    The program exited before those last three commands... so you're stuck here now.
  • 1
    Forgot to try “quit”
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    Actually, it’s :q
  • 1
    I remember when I had to kill the terminal to close the server cause I didn't know other way haha. I had to take screenshots of the errors too haha
  • 1
    You didn't even try sigint (C-c) or EOF (C-d)?
  • 0
    Wait... What are you doing here?
  • 0
    @blindXfish trying to stop npm start command
  • 0
    @5enchriu beginner? You are a dev?
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    @blindXfish junior lol
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    That would never work. Command line programs don't take input unless they want to. Use Ctrl+c to send an interrupt signal, or in English to tell the program that you want it to stop. If you would rather indicate that you don't want to talk to a program anymore, use Ctrl+d, which sends an end-of-file character.
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    @5enchriu There are numerous ways to end a rogue program. Writing into its standard input when the program didn't clearly indicate that it's listening isn't one of them.
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