First post, by mike_canada
In normal MS-DOS when someone presses CTRL+C or CTRL+BREAK, one would see the following on their screen before the command prompt:
and CTRL+C is meant to about the current action.
But in DOSBOX at the command prompt, when one does CTRL+C, it assumes someone pressed some heart symbol on their keyboard and a solid heart appears on the screen.
and if someone presses enter after CTRL+C then the heart is assumed to be a DOS command or a parameter to a program depending on what the user types.
I added a picture in attachments so you can see what I mean.
This affects DOSBOX 0.74 in linux.