Cmd Key Bindings – Ctrl-D to quit cmd?

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    I’d like to map the key combination Control-D to quit cmd.

    Does anyone know how to define what key combinations do in cmd?

    For example Control-C kills the current program in cmd and returns the prompt, so where is this defined and how can I map other key combinations to things like quitting out of cmd?

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