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About Catythcatmunchr

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  1. Thank you, input:sub(-2) didn't work but io.read() did work. I searched through the documentation and you are correct that term.read() adds a newline char.
  2. For some reason break isn't exiting this while loop, when I input "exit" it just prints it and continues the loop instead leaving it. While true do Local input = term.read () Term.write (input) If input == "exit" then Break End End
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