> > Can anyone think of a reason why Ctrl-C would be a bad idea? If not I'll >> start looking into it, as I'm not presently aware of what it is used for. >> > > Not me. > > Wikipedia, which holds all the knowledge in the universe, says: "In many > command-line interface environments, control-C is used to abort the current > task and regain user control." >
Well played (again). That one ranks up there with "and don't call me Shirley." I meant in the specific psql-context, does it do anything other than (attempt to) terminate sent-but-not-received SQL queries?