Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Fri Sep 6 16:06:51 EDT 2002
Bob Easton wrote:
> I have a script that can run, accessing network resources, for several
> Since the script does not normally need keyed input, exception
> does not raise the keyboard exception until after the program ends
> I would like to be able to interrupt if from the keyboard, but have
> learned the trick. How can I do this?
If you're under a UNIX-like operating system, kill its process ID with
the -INT signal.
kill -INT processID
You can find the process ID with ps if you don't already know it.
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