BUILT-IN WOLFRAM LANGUAGE SYMBOL
sends an interrupt to the program at the other end of the specified WSTP connection.
- link must be an active LinkObject, as returned by functions such as LinkLaunch or Links.
- It is up to the external program to determine how it will handle the interrupt.
- External programs created from WSTP templates will by default set the global variable if they receive an abort.
Launch a subsidiary Wolfram Language kernel process:
Read the first packet:
Send an infinite loop program:
Use LinkReadyQ to check whether the program has finished:
Send an interrupt:
The process has stopped with an interrupt menu:
Close the link: