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comment keyboard shortcut to quit 'telnet'
I think of them as "opening" and "closing" connections rather than "quitting" a session. If you run telnet by itself with no other options, you would use open host.domain.com. So to me, close is open's obvious partner and just makes more sense. However, q also works, and is certainly fewer letters :)
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