I have a simple little QSH script that pulls the current date from the system 
and appends it to "error_log.Q1". It then uses the tail command with this as 
the argument and the -f option to keep the command running in the foreground 
for a real time display of any additions to the file.  This is all neat and 
dandy but so far the only way I can figure out how to kill the process is to 
exit QSH altogether (F3).  In a native *nix environment I could do a Ctrl-C to 
just kill the process but leave me at the QSH command line, is there any way to 
do something similar in QSH?


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