OS X Terminal "Manual" - Help, I'm stuck.

I ran man (as in manual) command on which.

stuckNow I'm stuck. I've tried Ctrl + C, the esc key, the enter key, the arrow key. Short of closing terminal, I'm stuck in the which manual. How do I get unstuck?

 man which
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ozoCommented:
I'm not sure how you have configured your pager, but have you tried q
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David AndersTechnician Commented:
OSX running a Mac, Terminal "which" command
Command+Option+Esc allows forcequit of any running application

http://ss64.com/osx/which.html
which
Locate a program file in the user's path
Syntax
      which [-as] program ...
Key
   -a   List all instances of executables found (instead of just the first one of each).
   -s   No output, just return 0 if any of the executables are found,
        or 1 if none are found.
Displays the command that will be executed by the shell after substitutions, path searching, etc.
Use the type command to be sure the file is the type of program you are expecting.
Some shells may provide a builtin which command which is similar or identical to this utility.

Related:
type - Describe a command.
find - Search for files that meet a desired criteria.
grep - Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern.
ls - List information about file(s)
locate - Find files
whereis - Locate a command.
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serialbandCommented:
The default pager in OSX is less.  The screen shot suggests that you're running the default.  Press q to quit.
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jdanaAuthor Commented:
THANKS!
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