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How can I close a Delphi-made program which has the CanClose property set to False? (might add: another program, not my own)

CloseWindow(hWnd); doesn't work!

Neither does DestroyWindow(hWnd);!

Plz help!

johan
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by:Epsylon
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Use:

Application.Terminate;


Regards,

Epsylon.
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by:sageryd
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Well, as I said, it is not my own app that I want to terminate, it's another app, another process!
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by:sageryd
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Well, as I said, it is not my own app that I want to terminate, it's another app, another process!
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inthe earned 100 total points
ID: 2578327
Hi
if you can find out the class name of the window then you can do:

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
h : thandle;
ProcessID,cpid : Cardinal;
begin
h := findwindow('classnameof window',nil);
ProcessID := GetWindowThreadProcessID(h,@cpid);
TerminateProcess(OpenProcess(PROCESS_TERMINATE,false,cpid),1);
end;


or if you cant get the class name use madshis enumstuff unit to do it:

http://nettrash.com/users/madshi/

then can do:

uses Enumstuff;

Procedure Killapp(exeFile: string);
var pl : TProcessList;
    i1 : integer;
     h : thandle;
begin
  pl:=GetProcessList;
  for i1:=0 to high(pl) do
    if CompareText(ExtractFileName(pl[i1].name),ExtractFileName(exeFile))=0 then begin
 h := openprocess(PROCESS_TERMINATE,false,pl[i1].pid);
   TerminateProcess(h,0);
   closehandle(h);
      exit;
    end;
end;

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
killapp('notepad.exe')
end;


Regards Barry
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by:sageryd
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Thanx!
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by:Epsylon
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I think TerminateProcess will do but I don't know how to find the right ProcessID.
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by:Epsylon
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:o)
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by:inthe
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:o)
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;o)
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