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9.161 KILL — Send a signal to a process

Description:
Standard:

Sends the signal specified by SIGNAL to the process PID. See kill(2).

This intrinsic is provided in both subroutine and function forms; however, only one form can be used in any given program unit.

Class:

Subroutine, function

Syntax:
CALL KILL(C, VALUE [, STATUS])
STATUS = KILL(C, VALUE)
Arguments:
C Shall be a scalar INTEGER, with INTENT(IN)
VALUE Shall be a scalar INTEGER, with INTENT(IN)
STATUS (Optional) status flag of type INTEGER(4) or INTEGER(8). Returns 0 on success, or a system-specific error code otherwise.
See also:

ABORT, EXIT

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