On text terminals, it is possible to suspend Emacs , which means stopping Emacs temporarily and returning control to its superior process, which is usually the shell. This allows you to resume editing later in the same Emacs process, with the same buffers, the same kill ring, the same undo history, and so on. To resume Emacs, use the appropriate command in the parent shell—most likely fg. Suspending works only on a terminal device from which the Emacs session was started.
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C program that does not suspend when Ctrl+Z is pressed
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