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Answer: How do I trap $SIG{INT} ( sigint aka Ctrl^c )?

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Q&A > programs and processes > How do I trap $SIG{INT} ( sigint aka Ctrl^c )? contributed by crazyinsomniac

Basically you need to kill yourself (the process).

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use sigtrap 'handler' => \&myhand, 'INT'; # equivalent to $SIG{INT}=\&myhand; # use strict; # kill 6 doesn't work under strict under IndigoPerl for some reason sub myhand { print "\n caught $SIG{INT}",@_,"\n"; kill 6, $$; # ABRT = 6 # $$ is the pid of the current process } print "program started \n"; while(1) { select(undef,undef,undef,0.25);}

Also check out perlvar(for $$), perlipc and How do I trap control characters/signals?.
kill 6 is the equivalent of kill ABRT (thanks Vynce).

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