ctrl+c handler

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    ctrl+c handler

    Hi!

    I'm making a code that needs to run some functions after a ctrl-c. How can I do that? I can't remember. It's someting to do with signals, right?

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    Depeneds on the OS. What OS are you using?

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    fedora 6.0, linux basically..
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