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    XON/XOFF

    In data communications, a protocol (and the control characters used therein) used for flow control, or to ensure that a transmission is sent at a speed that is no faster than the receiver can receive. The control characters instruct a sending terminal to begin transmission (XON) and end transmission (XOFF).

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