Control-C is a common computer command. It is generated by pressing the C key while holding down the Ctrl key on a computer keyboard. In graphical user interface environments that use the control key to control the active program, control-C is often used to copy highlighted text to the clipboard. In many command-line interface environments, control-C is used to abort the current task and regain user control. It is a special sequence which causes the operating system to send a signal to the active program. Usually the signal causes it to end, but the program may "catch" it and do something else, typically returning control to the user.
The numerical value of CONTROL-C in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of CONTROL-C in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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