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Comments by Terence Wallace (Top 4 by date)

Terence Wallace 2-Apr-14 9:40am View
   
Unfortunately, I have not done much work in C++. Therefore, I don't have an answer as to how to get information out of a C++ based class. Maybe you can post separate question in the C++ Category about that. Happy coding. I hope that one of these solutions has helped you in some way.
Terence Wallace 2-Apr-14 9:34am View
   
Well that is eye opening. Thank you. My original intent was to try and help shed some insight into the general nature of the question that might help the OP specifically. In a general sense, my intent was to perhaps help the overall community that might have a similar situation. Reputation points, secondarily, I thought would be based upon the merits of having successfully done that. Thanks again.
Terence Wallace 1-Apr-14 20:02pm View
   
Given the brevity of the intial question. Please explain to me why CP community would not see Solution 2,3 & 4 as three possible separate and distinct solutions.
Terence Wallace 1-Apr-14 10:20am View
   
You have not stated what your specific goal is. Therefore, I am not certain how we may help you. However, perhaps what you want to look at is the code listed here: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/10258/How-to-get-CPU-usage-of-processes-and-threads