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Get Process ID from given Thread ID ?

Posted on 1998-01-16
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Hi,

as already mentioned I'm looking for a way to get the ProcessID from a given ThreadID.

In other words : I have a thread ID from a process in the system (not my own process) and I need a function to get the associated process ID. I need it inside my program not only for testing.

Can you help me ??

Toni
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How are you the the thread id? Usually it's only available inside the current process, which IS the thread's process.
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