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Control operation

In telecommunication, a control operation is an operation that affects the recording, processing, transmission, or interpretation of data.

Note: Examples of control operations include starting and stopping a process; executing a carriage return, a font change, or a rewind; and transmitting an end-of-transmission (EOT) control character. Synonym control function.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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