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    In recent days, some of our users have encountered an error while getting the number of win32 processes. This issue can occur due to a number of factors. Let’s discuss this below.

    The following experimental code uses the EnumProcesses function to get the process ID for these two process objects on the system. Then EnumProcessModules is usually called to get the process name and display it.

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    // Make symbols in good resolution, add Psapi.lib if you want TARGETLIBS// and compile with -DPSAPI_VERSION=1void PrintProcessNameAndID (Process ID DWORD) PROCESS_VM_READ, FALSE, process ID); // Get the process name. in event (NULL!= hProcess) HMODULhMod; DWORD cb Required; if ( EnumProcessModules( hProcess, &hMod, sizeof(hMod), &cbRequired) ) GetModuleBaseName( hProcess, hMod, szProcessName, sizeof(szProcessName)/sizeof(TCHAR) ); // Show process name and id. _tprintf( TEXT("%s (PID: SzProcessName, %u)n"), ProcessID ); // Free the process path handle. CloseHProcess();leading int (empty) // Get a range of process IDs. DWORD aProcesses[1024], cbNeeded, cProcesses; Unsigned integer i;if ( !EnumProcesses( aProcess, sizeof(aProcess), &cbNeeded)) return 1; // Count the number of process IDs returned. equals cProcesses cbNeeded / sizeof(DWORD); // Display name and period ID for each process. for ( i means 0; i < cProcess; i ++ ) if(Process[i] != 0 ) PrintProcessNameAndID( aProcesses[i] ); income 0;

    The main function gets a list of all processes using the EnumProcesses feature. For each process, main calls the main PrintProcessNameAndID function, passing in the ID of that process. The PrintProcessNameAndID in turn calls the OpenProcess function to get the plan handle. If OpenProcess fails, the output displays the process name using . For example, OpenProcess doesn't work for Idle and CSRSS core processes because, or perhaps access prevents user-level code from opening them. The PrintProcessNameAndID EnumProcessModules then calls a function to get the segment descriptors. Finally, PrintProcessNameAndID calls each of our GetModuleBaseName functions to get the name of the executable and displays the fully qualified name with the process ID.Essa.

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