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as we see in the windows at a task manager(ctrl-alt-del) having options like applications,processes.when we select application it will show you current running process(i.e application process).so isthere any chance of ...
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    process help.


    as we see in the windows at a task manager(ctrl-alt-del) having options like applications,processes.when we select application it will show you current running process(i.e application process).so isthere any chance of viewing the application process in linux(suse) using any system calls or using any language like c or java.

    thanks for taking time to read my message.

    i appreciate your help.

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    In C you can use popen() to call ps.
    Check the manpages of ps and popen.

    Regards

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