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Re: gettingstarted seeing which applications are currently running in Mac or PC   -   Dean DePue

Re: gettingstarted seeing which applications are currently running in Mac or PC
Date: 02.02.05 17:53 (Wed, 02 Feb 2005 11:53:42 -0500)
From: Dean DePue
Is there a method to examine all currently running programs in both Mac OS
and Windows? From that, how do you kill a certain process that is runnin?

Help!

On 2/2/05 11:49 AM, "<email address removed>"
<<email address removed>> wrote:

> When replying to digests:
> - edit your Subject line - be specific!
> - quote only the message parts you need to
>
> Today's Topics:
>
> 1. RE: Where you from ? (Cliff)
> 2. [RB List] Getting the Timer to work (Eirik Karlsen)
> 3. Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work (Phil M)
> 4. Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work (Joseph J. Strout)
> 5. Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work (Will Brokenbourgh)
> 6. Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work (Andrew Keller)
> 7. launch a program daily (Jeff Borckardt)
> 8. Re: launch a program daily (Will Brokenbourgh)
> 9. Get a dbrecord from a db recordset (POIDINGER, Michael [JJRAU])
> 10. Re: Update editField in a paint event (Barrie Jones)
> 11. Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work (Eirik Karlsen)
> 12. Need so info on Action () (<email address removed>)
> 13. RE: Update editField in a paint event (RBNUBE)
> 14. RE: Need so info on Action () (POIDINGER, Michael [JJRAU])
> 15. Re: Need so info on Action () (Will Brokenbourgh)
> 16. Date notation (Lennox Jacob)
> 17. Re: Date notation (Mario Buchichio)
> 18. Contextual menu (Mario Buchichio)
> 19. Re: Contextual menu (Aaron Ballman)
> 20. Can't See Properties in Properties (Chuck Pelto)
>
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>
> Message: 1
> Subject: RE: Where you from ?
> From: Cliff <<email address removed>>
> Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 07:11:30 +1300
>
> Hi Chris,
>
> Really not too sure. This is the first time I have seen a thread like
> this on this list; and not everyone (me included) puts where they come
> from at the end of their e-mails.
>
> Be nice if there is a local "group".
>
> Cliff
>
>> Auckland, New Zeland
>>
>> Hey, Cliff - are there any others in NZ that connect locally???
>>
>> Chris
>>
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> Message: 2
> Subject: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work
> From: Eirik Karlsen <<email address removed>>
> Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 21:24:20 +0100
>
> I'm about to start on speed optimizing subs and code. For this purpose I want
> to run code segments in a loop and have the timer interrupt after 1sec.
> This way one can easily identify slow code, and watch progress as
> modifications are made.
>
> But could I get the timer to work?? Nope!
>
> Should be a very simple task, and if I'm not too mistaken I've done a very
> simple error...
> Can you spot it?
> Testcode here:
> <http://home.online.no/~eikarlse/temp/>
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> Message: 3
> Subject: Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work
> From: Phil M <<email address removed>>
> Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 12:33:32 -0800
>
> On Feb 1, 2005, at 12:24 PM, Eirik Karlsen wrote:
>
>> I'm about to start on speed optimizing subs and code. For this purpose
>> I want to run code segments in a loop and have the timer interrupt
>> after 1sec. This way one can easily identify slow code, and watch
>> progress as modifications are made.
>>
>> But could I get the timer to work?? Nope!
>>
>> Should be a very simple task, and if I'm not too mistaken I've done a
>> very simple error... Can you spot it?
>
> Haven't looked at the code, but...
>
> Timers are passive and will only fire when there are no other processes
> going on. Since the loop is running full speed, the Timer does not get
> an opportunity to trigger.
>
> Instead, you can hold a target time in Microseconds and compare the
> current time versus the end time within the loop.
>
> Dim endTime As Double
> endTime = Microseconds + 1000000 // 1 million microseconds for
> each second
>
> Do Until (Microseconds > endTime)
> // intensive code here
> Loop
>
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> Message: 4
> Subject: Re: [RB List] Getting the Timer to work
> From: "Joseph J. Strout" <<email address removed>>
> Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 14:33:21 -0600
>
> At 9:24 PM +0100 2/1/05, Eirik Karlsen wrote:
>
>> I'm about to start on speed optimizing subs and code. For this purpose I want
>> to run code segments in a loop and have the timer interrupt after 1sec.
>
> Timers can't interrupt code. To do that sort of sampling, you need
> to use a real profiler. If you're running on a Mac, try Shark, part
> of the free CHUD tools from Apple.
>
> Best,
> - Joe

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