This is also what i expected... however; I dont understand how it is generated.
For example, the application i am currently working on requires it to be displayed.
I ran the appplication and the number that was displayed was 188.8.131.5276, I made a couple of changes and ran it again, then the new version number was 184.108.40.20668. I don't understand why it increments so much.
i'm writing a project in c# similar to task manager , i need to know how to get the username of each process , i tried:
Process p=new Process();
but nothing is returned, what's the problem??
Hope you did't see the answer to your first question.
"You can use System.Diagnostics.Process.GetCurrentProcess to get the list of process which are running, assign it to the "Process" class one by one and then you can find a whole lot of info about each process"
"Process p=new Process();" create a new... i mean fresh instance of .Net process class which helps you to manage an external process.
and almost all of it's initializers will be empty unless you provide one
System.Diagnostics.Process.GetCurrentProcess get an array of processes which you can use
Process p = System.Diagnostics.Process.GetCurrentProcess ;
Yeah, but my point was that an opinion isn't a research-tool for the lazy. I like red, but that opinion doesn't make red a "good" color for the walls or the ceiling. Asking generally for peoples' opinion because one is too damn lazy is like asking what color your ceiling should be. It should be red. Because I like red. The TS should avoid generics because his "research" (which consists of the collection of answers to his question, therefore our posted opinions) state that "red" is better than "generic".
Without the usual sarcasm;
I enjoy using generics as it increases my productivity, compared to handwriting strong-typed collections. It saves the time that is required to launch and execute CodeSmith, and I enjoy having a built-in collection over an external generated collection as reduces complexity and improves readability and maintainability.
1) Upload sourcecode, not binary. Executables are scary and may contain monsters and virusses.
2) A nice introduction to "FastInfo" would have been appreciated, so that one knows what you're getting into before you download.
So, where's the source, Luke?
I are troll
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