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Re: Problem in using Signal SIGTSTP and SIGQUIT

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On Tue, Aug 20, 2002 at 06:09:23PM +0530, Niraj Agarwal wrote:
>Hi Christopher,
>I am having following problem related to signal in cygwin.
>1) When I use these two signals SIGTSTP and SIGQUIT in program then it is compiling 
>properly but during run time no action performed when i generate this signals by
> pressing key CTRL+Z (for SIGTSTP) and CTRL+Backslash (for SIGQUIT).
>2) When I used SIGPWR in the program then compilation errors comes because of undefined "SIGPWR".
>Any pointers in this direction are welcome.
>Best regards,
>Niraj Agarwal
>Senior Member Techincal Staff
>Network Programs Ltd.
>Noida - India

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