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I would like to ask if anyone here has any knowledge in reguards to
creating or getting a list of currently running processes. I'de like
to place them in a ListBox( Unless someone has a better suggestion )
in a Windows Form app that I am developing in MSVS 2003. If anyone has
any sugggestions I would appreciate any help. Thank you.
A. Anderson wrote:
> I would like to ask if anyone here has any knowledge in reguards to
> creating or getting a list of currently running processes. I'de like
> to place them in a ListBox( Unless someone has a better suggestion )
> in a Windows Form app that I am developing in MSVS 2003. If anyone has
> any sugggestions I would appreciate any help. Thank you.

This looks like a windows question, so try a windows programming group.

--
Ian Collins.

On Jun 2, 4:10 pm, Ian Collins <ian-n@hotmail.com> wrote:

> A. Anderson wrote:
> > I would like to ask if anyone here has any knowledge in reguards to
> > creating or getting a list of currently running processes. I'de like
> > to place them in a ListBox( Unless someone has a better suggestion )
> > in a Windows Form app that I am developing in MSVS 2003. If anyone has
> > any sugggestions I would appreciate any help. Thank you.

> This looks like a windows question, so try a windows programming group.

> --
> Ian Collins.

Alright, I figured it might fall under C++ so I thought I would make
an attempt. Thank you for your time and I'll find another group. Out
of curiosity do you have any suggestions for a group? Im not sure that
I'll have a hard time finding one at any rate. Thank you again.

Andrew Anderson.

On Jun 3, 12:16 am, "A. Anderson" <andrew.anderson.2@gmail.com>
wrote:

Hi Andrew,

As Ian said, this is OT for this group, but (assuming you're looking
for Windows stuff) have a search for PSAPI for the later OSes and
ToolHelp for the earlier ones.  On MSDN that should give you enough to
get going.

Hope that helps,

Doug

On Sat, 02 Jun 2007 16:16:04 -0700, A. Anderson wrote:
>On Jun 2, 4:10 pm, Ian Collins <ian-n@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> This looks like a windows question, so try a windows programming group. [...]

>Alright, I figured it might fall under C++ so I thought I would make
>an attempt. Thank you for your time and I'll find another group. Out
>of curiosity do you have any suggestions for a group? Im not sure that
>I'll have a hard time finding one at any rate. Thank you again.

The canonical answer to this is posting the following link :-)

  <http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lite/how-to-post.html#faq-5.9>

(it's not that we don't want to help, really; the one above *is* the
reference page for users trying to chose an appropriate newsgroup;
should you find that it doesn't work for you, please post a line here:
in that case it must be updated, for the benefit of all users)

--
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https://sourceforge.net/projects/breeze/
(replace 'address' with 'name.surname' to mail)

Alright, thanks everyone and my apologies for getting into the topic
on the wrong board. I do have another question pertaining to another
problem I am experiencing with some server software I am writting in
reguards to the select() function returning EADDRNOTAVAIL. This is on
a Linux Machine, Ubuntu 6.06? I believe. I've read what the error
means but I've not been able to find any reasons why it would be
occuring. Again, if anyone has any suggestions I appreciate any help I
can get. Thank you gentlemen again.

Andrew Anderson.

A. Anderson wrote:
> Alright, thanks everyone and my apologies for getting into the topic
> on the wrong board. I do have another question pertaining to another
> problem I am experiencing with some server software I am writting in
> reguards to the select() function returning EADDRNOTAVAIL. This is on
> a Linux Machine, Ubuntu 6.06? I believe. I've read what the error
> means but I've not been able to find any reasons why it would be
> occuring. Again, if anyone has any suggestions I appreciate any help I
> can get. Thank you gentlemen again.

comp.unix.programmer is a good place for general socket and networking
type questions.

--
Ian Collins.

In article <1180825543.835988.94@h2g2000hsg.googlegroups.com>,
andrew.anderson.2@gmail.com says...

> I would like to ask if anyone here has any knowledge in reguards to
> creating or getting a list of currently running processes. I'de like
> to place them in a ListBox( Unless someone has a better suggestion )
> in a Windows Form app that I am developing in MSVS 2003. If anyone has
> any sugggestions I would appreciate any help. Thank you.

comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32 would be a reasonable place to look.
If you Google for 'ps' there you should come up with some code (adding
'jcof@taeus.com' as the author might help narrow down the results to
make it easier to find one with code...)

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    Later,
    Jerry.

The universe is a figment of its own imagination.

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