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I was wondering about following. If I have set of 3 signals. And they are all blocked.Now at some point in the program the set is unblocked. Which signal will be delivered first.This is my set....SIGTSTP,SIGQUIT,SIGINT.When I added them in the set and unblock them I did it in following order...
Code:
sigaddset(&mySet, SIGINT);
sigaddset(&mySet, SIGQUIT);
sigaddset(&mySet, SIGTSTP);
sigprocmask(SIG_UNBLOCK, &mySet, NULL);

Last cal will unblock all signals but which one will be delivered first. When I play with this it seems that SIGINT is the first one to be delivered.
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We can't guess your environment.

With only three signals surely you can perm all combinations, tabulate and document the results ready for the next person who faces this dilemma.
 

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