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#include <csignal> int raise(int signal);
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The raise( ) function sends the signal specified by signal to the executing program It returns zero if successful, and nonzero otherwise It uses the header <csignal> The following signals are defined by Standard C++ Of course, your compiler is free to provide additional signals
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rand
#include <cstdlib> int rand(void);
The rand( ) function generates a sequence of pseudorandom numbers Each time it is called, an integer between zero and RAND_MAX is returned A related function is srand( )
setjmp
#include <csetjmp> int setjmp(jmp_buf envbuf);
The setjmp( ) function saves the contents of the system stack in the buffer envbuf for later use by longjmp( ) It uses the header <csetjmp> The setjmp( ) function returns zero upon invocation However, longjmp( ) passes an argument to setjmp( ) when it executes, and it is this value (always nonzero) that will appear to be the value of setjmp( ) after a call to longjmp( ) has occurred See longjmp for additional information A related function is longjmp( )
signal
#include <csignal> void (*signal(int signal, void (*func)(int))) (int);
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The signal( ) function registers the function pointed to by func as a handler for the signal specified by signal That is, the function pointed to by func will be called when signal is received by your program The value of func may be the address of a signal handler function or one of the following macros, defined in <csignal>:
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SIG_DFL SIG_IGN
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Use default signal handling Ignore the signal
If a function address is used, the specified handler will be executed when its signal is received On success, signal( ) returns the address of the previously defined function for the specified signal On error, SIG_ERR (defined in <csignal>) is returned A related function is raise( )
THE STANDARD FUNCTION LIBRARY
srand
#include <cstdlib> void srand(unsigned seed);
The srand( ) function is used to set a starting point for the sequence generated by rand( ) (The rand( ) function returns pseudorandom numbers) srand( ) is generally used to allow multiple program runs to use different sequences of pseudorandom numbers by specifying different starting points Conversely, you can also use srand( ) to generate the same pseudorandom sequence over and over again by calling it with the same seed before obtaining each sequence A related function is rand( )
strtod
#include <cstdlib> double strtod(const char *start, char **end);
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The strtod( ) function converts the string representation of a number stored in the string pointed to by start into a double and returns the result The strtod( ) function works as follows First, any white space in the string pointed to by start is stripped Next, each character that comprises the number is read Any character that cannot be part of a floating-point number will cause this process to stop This includes white space, punctuation (other than periods), and characters other than E or e Finally, end is set to point to the remainder, if any, of the original string This means that if strtod( ) is called with "10000 Pliers", the value 10000 will be returned, and end will point to the space that precedes "Pliers" If no conversion takes place, zero is returned If overflow occurs, strtod( ) returns either HUGE_VAL or HUGE_VAL (indicating positive or negative overflow), and the global variable errno is set to ERANGE, indicating a range error If underflow occurs, then zero is returned and the global variable errno is set to ERANGE A related function is atof( )
strtol
#include <cstdlib> long strtol(const char *start, char **end, int radix);
The strtol( ) function converts the string representation of a number stored in the string pointed to by start into a long and returns the result The base of the number is determined by radix If radix is zero, the base is determined by rules that govern constant specification If radix is other than zero, it must be in the range 2 through 36 The strtol( ) function works as follows First, any white space in the string pointed to by start is stripped Next, each character that comprises the number is read Any character that cannot be part of a long integer number will cause this process to stop This includes white space, punctuation, and characters Finally, end is set to point to the remainder, if any, of the original string This means that if strtol( ) is called with "100 Pliers", the value 100L will be returned, and end will point to the space that precedes "Pliers" If the result cannot be represented by a long integer, strtol( ) returns either LONG_MAX or LONG_MIN and the global errno is set to ERANGE, indicating a range error If no conversion takes place, zero is returned A related function is atol( )
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