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when it reads an EOF at a prompt. When an unhandled
exception occurs, a stack trace is printed and control
returns to the primary prompt; in non-interactive mode, the
interpreter exits after printing the stack trace. The
-interrupt signal raises the ''KeyboardInterrupt''
+interrupt signal raises the '' KeyboardInterrupt''
exception; other UNIX signals are not caught (except that
SIGPIPE is sometimes ignored, in favor of the ''IOError''
exception). Error messages are written to