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What do I have to #include to use GetProcessID()?

Posted on 2008-10-09
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I've tried Windows.h, process.h, winbase.h...
The internet is full of example code snippets but no one mentions where I find this function.
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Hi,
According to MSDN its in windows.h

 DWORD WINAPI GetProcessId(
  __in  HANDLE Process
);

The requirements section defines where it is declared and what to include.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms683215(VS.85).aspx

Ta
Paul
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That isn't working in my project for whatever reason.

But in the time it took to get a resonse I found another way to accomplish my end goal.  Thanks.
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