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Author Dude-X
Recipients Dude-X
Date 2007-12-21.06:16:11
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When running Python 2.5.1 stable in Windows, you can press Ctrl-C as 
many times as you want and it will always output Keyboard Interrupt in 
the interpreter.
Python 3.0a+ will quit if you press ctrl-c too many times. The last 
release of 3.0a2 can handle many interrupts before quitting, but the 
latest snapshot (Dec 20th) can not.

Steps to reproduce:
Run python.exe
hold down ctrl-c, or press it many times. It will quit the interpreter 
Date User Action Args
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2007-12-21 06:16:13Dude-Xsetspambayes_score: 0.00107227 -> 0.00107227
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