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|Interix / SUA||stop.1||Interix / SUA
stop - terminates background jobs or processes
stop %job|pid ...
This command is a C-shell built-in command.
The stop(1) command stops the specified jobs or processes that are
executing in the background. The job argument can be a number, a string, a
null string, %, +, or -, as described in the "Jobs" section of tcsh(1).
There is no default job; using stop without an argument does not stop the