Eof

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    Eof

    How do I signify end-of-file when I'm running my program? I know it's ctrl-D on the PCs at uni, but it doesn't seem to work on my own PC!
    HELP!

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    what exactly do you want?
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    Try control Z.

    Basicly, it sounds as though they've set up their program to read from stdin until an EOF is detected. This is not a normal keystroke, and never will be, so you have to use a special case, based on OS, to input this.

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