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How many PID ( Process Identifier ) for each process?

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Etor Madiv

I should do this again in behalf of @kao :kick:

csrss.exe                      528 Console                    1    13 440 Ko
...
winlogon.exe                   720 Console                    1     7 076 Ko
...

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0xFFFFFFFC (16) = 4294967292 (10)

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528 & 4294967292 = 528
529 & 4294967292 = 528
530 & 4294967292 = 528
531 & 4294967292 = 528

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720 & 4294967292 = 720
721 & 4294967292 = 720
722 & 4294967292 = 720
723 & 4294967292 = 720

But if you don't what is this, you should take a look and learn https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitwise_operation#AND

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evlncrn8
59 minutes ago, Amer said:

@kaoNo it is not a bug in API it is a bug in windows OS.

Every Process has at list 4 IDs depends on how created and who created it.

I'll post full info about it as soon as possible.

Regards

cant wait.. and remember, one mans bug is another mans feature

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Amer

@Teddy Rogers Why U moved this topic from Programming Puzzle to here? I believe its right place is there.

@ Every one:

System Process can have 72 ID for each one of them.

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Amer
3 minutes ago, evlncrn8 said:

remember, one mans bug is another mans feature

 

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Teddy Rogers
8 hours ago, Amer said:

Why U moved this topic from Programming Puzzle to here?

Because the topic is not a programming puzzle, though it is an interesting topic for all programmers to keep in mind and refer to in future...

Ted.

Edited by Teddy Rogers (see edit history)

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Amer

Beware the number 72 is unreliable yet...

Regards

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evlncrn8

so nothing new ? ...

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