# Aborting a Loop

Say I have a function which runs a while loop which always evaluates as true and thus keeps running, is there a way to abort this without just closing the terminal all together? Thanks.

Aborting a Loop

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2012-03-02 14:24:53 -0500
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Say I have a function which runs a while loop which always evaluates as true and thus keeps running, is there a way to abort this without just closing the terminal all together? Thanks.

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To abort any Sage computation, press Control+C (that is, the Control/Ctrl key and C simultaneously).

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Probably Ctrl+C?

That works kcrisman, thanks.

Can you post this as an answer, so the question is officially answered?

I wasn't sure if that was what was being asked, that's all.