Cmd Key Bindings - Ctrl-D to quit cmd?

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I'd like to map the key combination Control-D to quit cmd.

Does anyone know how to define what key combinations do in cmd?

For example Control-C kills the current program in cmd and returns the prompt, so where is this defined and how can I map other key combinations to things like quitting out of cmd?
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Alt + ESC

//never mind. That moves to the next open application.
I meant CTRL + F4
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oh cool, didn't know that one, thanks.

Is there any way that I can set some of these key bindings for cmd?
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I don't think so without editing cmd.exe or command.com
I'm looking through my dos reference now.
CTRL + F4 is a windows keyboard shortcut to close any active open application.

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