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lasaucisse

get CPU usage of a given process [solved]

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hi,

I'm still working on the same project.

my autoit tool sends hotkeys to a program (let's call it "P"). I send a filter command to "P" (it's a graphical program), then "P" is processing the loading picture : little picture => short time, big picture => long time.

after this filter command, I need to send another hotkey. But before, I need to wait the filter's process finished. So I need to know if the filter's process is still running or not.

I think the way is to check the CPU's usage of the "P" process, but I didn't find the way to do it.

searching here, I found a "CPU usage" function, but it's a global usage, not process by process. An idea, anyone ?

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lasaucisse,

First hit when I tried searching. You need to sharpen up your searching skills. ;)

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oops ;)

Yes, I need, but... it's hard for me to find the good keywords in english, I only tried "processor usage"...

I'll try to "sharpen up" the next time, promise !

thanks for your fast answer, it seems to be my solution ! :evil:


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it works ! thanks again ;)


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