Joined: Jan 2002
Posts: 1684
From: Australia
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Logically speaking, I think what's happening is that b+3,2 has a cancel option... if you press anything else (not just3), it should tell the computer, "That's the end of the string buddy.. there is no 3 after this so I'm gonna give it back to Asuka... NAO!"

Could be a faster way of recovering from TA's actually... forcibly ending your strings by inputting an invalid part of the string therefore forcing a GTFO (y)