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Try this:

; Sort ProcessList

#include <Array.au3>

Global $sa2_ProcessList = ProcessList()

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "$sa2_ProcessList")

_ArraySort($sa2_ProcessList, 0 , 1, 0, 1) ; Sort by 2nd column

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "$sa2_ProcessList")

 

Edited by taurus905

"Never mistake kindness for weakness."-- Author Unknown --"The highest point to which a weak but experienced mind can rise is detecting the weakness of better men."-- Georg Lichtenberg --Simple Obfuscator (Beta not needed.), Random names for Vars and Funcs

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10 minutes ago, taurus905 said:

Try this:

; Sort ProcessList

#include <Array.au3>

Global $sa2_ProcessList = ProcessList()

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "$sa2_ProcessList")

_ArraySort($sa2_ProcessList, 0 , 1, 0, 1) ; Sort by 2nd column

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "$sa2_ProcessList")

 

my bad , i didnt explain it clearly, i want only the item in the second column, and the PIDs should > 4

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This isn't the shortest or best way, but it should allow you to follow and edit to suit your needs.

; Sort ProcessList

#include <Array.au3>

Global $sa2_ProcessList = ProcessList()

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "Original")

_ArraySort($sa2_ProcessList, 0 , 1, 0, 1) ; Sort by 2nd column

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "Sorted")

For $i = 1 To UBound($sa2_ProcessList) - 1
    If $sa2_ProcessList[$i][1] <= 5 Then
        _ArrayDelete($sa2_ProcessList, $i)
        $sa2_ProcessList[0][0] -= 1
        $i -= 1
    Else
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
Next

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "PIDs > 4")

$sa2_ProcessList[0][1] = $sa2_ProcessList[0][0] & " PIDs > 4"

_ArrayColDelete($sa2_ProcessList, 0)

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "Just PIDs > 4")

 

Edited by taurus905

"Never mistake kindness for weakness."-- Author Unknown --"The highest point to which a weak but experienced mind can rise is detecting the weakness of better men."-- Georg Lichtenberg --Simple Obfuscator (Beta not needed.), Random names for Vars and Funcs

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6 minutes ago, taurus905 said:

This isn't the shortest or best way, but it should allow you to follow and edit to suit your needs.

; Sort ProcessList

#include <Array.au3>

Global $sa2_ProcessList = ProcessList()

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "Original")

_ArraySort($sa2_ProcessList, 0 , 1, 0, 1) ; Sort by 2nd column

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "Sorted")

For $i = 1 To UBound($sa2_ProcessList) - 1
    If $sa2_ProcessList[$i][1] <= 5 Then
        _ArrayDelete($sa2_ProcessList, $i)
        $sa2_ProcessList[0][0] -= 1
        $i -= 1
    Else
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
Next

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "PIDs > 4")

$sa2_ProcessList[0][1] = $sa2_ProcessList[0][0] & "PIDs > 4"

_ArrayColDelete($sa2_ProcessList, 0)

_ArrayDisplay($sa2_ProcessList, "Just PIDs > 4")

 

this script works , thanks for the effort man 😂

Edited by jacky998877
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Another way based on  @taurus905 code:

#include <Array.au3>

Global $aProcesses = ProcessList()
_ArrayDelete($aProcesses, 0)    ;~ Delete first row
_ArrayColDelete($aProcesses, 0) ;~ Delete first column
_ArraySort($aProcesses)         ;~ Sort Array
_ArrayDisplay($aProcesses, ":: Before ::")
For $i = UBound($aProcesses) - 1 To 0 Step - 1
    If $aProcesses[$i][0] <=5 Then _ArrayDelete($aProcesses, $i)
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aProcesses, ":: After ::")

 

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30 minutes ago, Subz said:

Another way based on  @taurus905 code:

#include <Array.au3>

Global $aProcesses = ProcessList()
_ArrayDelete($aProcesses, 0)    ;~ Delete first row
_ArrayColDelete($aProcesses, 0) ;~ Delete first column
_ArraySort($aProcesses)         ;~ Sort Array
_ArrayDisplay($aProcesses, ":: Before ::")
For $i = UBound($aProcesses) - 1 To 0 Step - 1
    If $aProcesses[$i][0] <=5 Then _ArrayDelete($aProcesses, $i)
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aProcesses, ":: After ::")

 

first thanks for the solution you provided, i was trying to make further progress based on you code ,so that i can close the items in the list ,
this is the code 
 

for $a in $aProcesses    
    ProcessClose($a)
Next

my code didnt work , neither any errors are being displayed in the console , do you have any idea?

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5 minutes ago, Subz said:

You would need to use the following to loop through the list, although note that a number of processes cannot be closed using this method, what is the objective?

For $a = 0 To Ubound($aProcesses) - 1

 

i tried it also , no luck , i wnat to build a litte program to shut down the computer, for the default shut down fucntion of windows7, each time it will ask again to close the opened programs

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6 minutes ago, Subz said:

Sorry forgot the rest of the code:

For $a = 0 To Ubound($aProcesses) - 1
    ProcessClose($aProcesses[$a])
Next

Shutdown function should also ask the user to close programs, it only forces the shutdown if you use Shutdown(BitOr($SD_SHUTDOWN,$SD_FORCE))

it is ok, i already tried it before you update, still , an error 
 

==> Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.:
ProcessClose($aProcesses[$a])
ProcessClose(^ ERROR

 

Edited by jacky998877
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15 minutes ago, Subz said:

Sorry, forgot when you convert a 2D array to 1D array you still need to reference the column, so try:

For $a = 0 To Ubound($aProcesses) - 1
    ProcessClose($aProcesses[$a][0])
Next

 

yep , it worked out pefectly according to its own will, the moment it is being executed, my computer give me a blue screen , accutually i already took care of the problem , at least i think so, by deleting the process PID which is lesser then 4 , this is a dangerous program 

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