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From: Emmanuel Mabaleka <mabaleka@b...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Quitting the interactive mode

I am a newbie in Ocaml. I am using Ocaml 2.02 (Linux) and recently started 
playing with Ocaml 3.02 in Windows. I find when I try to exit the interactive 
mode by typing "quit;;" as instructed by the user manual, Ocaml 2.02 says

 Unbound value quit"

and Ocaml 3.02 says

 Characters 0-4:
 Unbound value quit"

How do I exit without using the Ctrl button?


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