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Signal Handling inJava

 
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Hello All,
How do we do Signal Handling in Java.
IS there any in built api set..
i saw something coming up in Java 2 v1.4,but
could find tutorials for it!!!
can anyone through light on this please
Thanks and Regards
vinaya
 
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What exactly do you mean by signal handling? Digital signal processing? regular IO? Wireless? Remote Messaging? A few more details might help here
Sean
 
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Hello,
Sorry for not being descriptive.
w.r.t a GUI Application,
I am running an Application,At that point ,
user wants to close the Application abruptly.
say "ctrl c" which can cause SIGINT or ALT F4.
How do i determing in my application these signals.
 
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Hello,
Sorry for not being descriptive.
w.r.t a GUI Application,
I am running an Application,At that point ,
user wants to close the Application abruptly.
say "ctrl c" which can cause SIGINT or ALT F4.
How do i determine in my application these signals.

I hope i am clear
Thanks and Regards
vinaya
 
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Just spotted a new article on IBM DeveloperWorks site that might help you out

Java signal handling and termination
 
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