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    How do i know the state of a process?

    Well im working in visual C++ express edition on windows vista, and i would like to know the state of a specific process. How can i do this?

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    Re: How do i know the state of a process?

    Please define "state of a process" first.
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    Igor

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    Re: How do i know the state of a process?

    You know like sleep, executing and all that; just like http://books.google.com.mx/books?id=...ystems&f=false

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    Re: How do i know the state of a process?

    You'd better find some other guide to learn by. Or don't take the referred one literally. In Windows the mentioned states better fit with thread states, and such details are available to dispatcher only, and never are conveyed up to user level.
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    Igor

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    Re: How do i know the state of a process?

    Thanks men, i have been searching around the web and i found in the MSDN from Microsoft this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...8VS.71%29.aspx

    I put the link because that way if some one ever get in here trouhg google or somethig thats the solution.
    Salutes.

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    Re: How do i know the state of a process?

    That's the state of a particular thread. Not the process. One thread could be suspended, but others are running. Does that mean the process is suspended? I don't think so.

    Viggy

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