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accepted How do I check if an IP-address or a network is contained in other network in Bash?
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accepted Why does bash set $? (exit status) to non-zero on Ctrl-C or Ctrl-Z?
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comment Why does bash set $? (exit status) to non-zero on Ctrl-C or Ctrl-Z?
Does the process actually exit in this case, or this is again handled by bash somehow?
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comment Why does bash set $? (exit status) to non-zero on Ctrl-C or Ctrl-Z?
Cool. Any clue how come it's set to 148 on Ctrl-Z ?
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comment Why does bash set $? (exit status) to non-zero on Ctrl-C or Ctrl-Z?
I agree, but what process does exit when I just press Ctrl-C in bash?
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