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  Use xmodmap(1). The manpage describes how to swap control and caps-
  lock, which is the most common use. xwsh(1G) and tcsh(1) also have
  key-binding facilities, described in their manpages; consider these
  if you want to change key meanings only in 'xwsh' windows or only in
  'tcsh'.

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