What is a PID ?
PID is Process ID, to gets the unique identifier for the associated process. Until the process terminates, the process identifier uniquely identifies the process throughout the system.
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How to get the current ProcessID ?
For getting a reference to the current process and use System.Diagnostics's Process.Id property:
The PID (process Id) is not valid if the associated process is not running. Therefore, you should ensure that the process is running before attempting to retrieve the Id property
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How can I get the application's path in a .NET console application ?
You can use the following code to get the current application directory.
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