I guess Break does a ^C
Crtl-Break is treated differently than ^C, at least by Perl which can be handy:
P:\test>p1 ## ^C perl> Terminating on signal SIGINT(2) P:\test>p1 ## ^Break perl> Terminating on signal SIGBREAK(21)
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