[OS X TeX] Quitting *Tex from the command line

Rick Hogg eulipion2 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 20 15:43:01 EDT 2006

Just a quick question about command line Tex:
If I type "latex" in a terminal window without any
options or file names, I get a welcome message and a
prompt.  If I type anything Tex says that it can't
find the file and to type another file name.  How do I
break this vicious cycle and exit tex?  Just typing
exit, quit, or even CTRL-Z or CTRL-C don't work and I
have to close the window and reopen.  Surely there's a
better way.


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