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Detecting 2 of the same process?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

#include <Process.au3>

$list = ProcessList("TCP Client.exe")
for $i = 1 to $list[0][0]
  msgbox(0, $list[$i][0], $list[$i][1])
  

msgbox(0,"Process is ",$list[$i][1])
exitloop
Next


$name = _ProcessGetName($list[$i][1])
IF ProcessExists($name) Then
    msgbox(0,"Process","Exiting "&$name&".")
    sleep (1000)
    ProcessClose($name)
EndIf

i can detect just one... i want it to detect 2, then if it finds the second... tell it to exist the first and ignore the second...

anyway to do this?

Edited by backstabbed

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...tell it to exist the first and ignore the second...

What...???

:)


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

What...???

:)

lol, I figured I would lose people... heres a better example... |Pid1| and |Pid2| lets say these originated from the same .exe but the same process name still applys "TCP Client.exe". I want it to exit |Pid1| and leave |PID2| alone, thus leaving only one process from the same TCP Client.exe... so the user can't run multiple clients...

That a good example?

Edited by backstabbed

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

If this is your script/exe then look at _SingleTon in the help file, it will take of the issue for you.

If it is another process, then look at something like:

_ProcessEliminateDupe('notepad.exe')

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    Local $aPL = ProcessList($nPID)
    $nPID = ProcessExists($nPID)
    If UBound($aPL) - 1 = 1 Then Return 1
    For $iCC = 1 To UBound($aPL) - 1
        If $aPL[$iCC][1] <> $nPID Then ProcessClose($aPL[$iCC][1])
    Next
    Return 1
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