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Mark has once again managed to get massive rep for a great explanation of a pair of 'simple' Linux commands.
Control+Z is used for suspending a process by sending it the signal SIGSTOP, which cannot be intercepted by the program. While Control+C is used to kill a process with the signal SIGINT, and can be intercepted by a program so it can clean its self up before exiting, or not exit at all.