[Sample Of Aug. 18] How to detect the command line arguments of a running process in Windows


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Sample : https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/How-to-detect-the-command-1b991aff

This sample is written using VS2012 and used the NT Win32 API to get the process argument. For example, there are NtQueryInformationProcess, HeapAlloc, OpenProcess, etc. The current sample only works for 32 bit process.

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