|abort(3)||Library Functions Manual||abort(3)|
noreturn void abort(void);
First, SIGABRT will be raised, as if by raise(SIGABRT). If the signal is not being caught, or the handler which catches the signal returns, abort() will then proceed to cause the process to terminate with a failure exit status. It is implementation defined whether any open FILE streams are flushed before the process exits.
|February 20, 2013||Fusion|