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Signal(special file)					  Signal(special file)

NAME
       Signal -- send a	(POSIX-style) signal to	a tool

SYNOPSIS
       Signal(in string	theSignal);

DESCRIPTION
       The  Signal  request  asks the handling procid to send itself the indi-
       cated POSIX signal.

       The theSignal argument is the signal to send.

APPLICATION USAGE
       The ttdt_session_join(3), function can be used  to  register  for,  and
       transparently process, the Signal request.

EXAMPLES
       The Signal request can be sent as in the	following example:

       Tt_message msg =	tttk_message_create(0, TT_REQUEST, TT_SESSION,
			       the_recipient_procid, TTDT_SIGNAL,
			       my_callback);
       tt_message_arg_add(msg, TT_IN, Tttk_string, "SIGHUP");
       tt_message_send(msg);

WARNINGS
       Signal can also be sent as a multicast notice, as an edict to all tools
       in the scope of the message.  The consequences of doing so can  be  se-
       vere and	unexpected.

SEE ALSO
       sigaction(2)   tt_message_arg_add(3),   tt_message_send(3),   ttdt_ses-
       sion_join(3).

							  Signal(special file)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | APPLICATION USAGE | EXAMPLES | WARNINGS | SEE ALSO

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