Dec 22nd 2010, 01:31 AM
I'm new to programming and decided to start with Python to learn how to use it(so I tend to make stupid mistakes). On Windows IDLE had a command (F6), that would kill the current process. This was extremely useful when I accidentally executed an infinite loop and needed to kill it. However, this feature is not present on Linux and I need to open the system monitor and kill the application to terminate the loop. My question is, can I do this any other way, like I did on windows? All google tells me is ctrl+c or ctrl+d, but neither do anything.