If the program is correctly installed then you start GAP by simply
gap at the prompt of your operating system followed by the
return or the newline key.
GAP answers your request with its beautiful banner (which you can
surpress with the command line option
-b) and then it shows its own
gap asking you for further input.
The usual way to end a GAP session is to type
quit; at the
prompt. Do not omit the semicolon!
gap> quit; $
On some systems you may as well type ctl-
D to yield the same effect.
In any situation GAP is ended by typing ctl-
C twice within a
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