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14.3 Giving your Program a Signal

signal signal

Resume execution where your program stopped, but immediately give it the signal signal. signal can be the name or the number of a signal. For example, on many systems signal 2 and signal SIGINT are both ways of sending an interrupt signal.

Alternatively, if signal is zero, continue execution without giving a signal. This is useful when your program stopped on account of a signal and would ordinary see the signal when resumed with the continue command; ‘signal 0’ causes it to resume without a signal.

signal does not repeat when you press <RET> a second time after executing the command.

Invoking the signal command is not the same as invoking the kill utility from the shell. Sending a signal with kill causes No value for GDBN to decide what to do with the signal depending on the signal handling tables (see section Signals). The signal command passes the signal directly to your program.


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