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Handle this code carefully, because it terminates the running applications regardless of their state, unsaved data, I/O streams etc.

See also:
  • Enumerating Processes -- WinNT
  • Enumerating Processes -- Win9*/Me

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    3759 bytes  
    Created: 2002-01-08 07:07:00  
    Modified: 2011-12-10 09:20:22  
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    Listed functions:
    CloseHandle
    GetActiveWindow
    GetParent
    GetWindow
    GetWindowText
    GetWindowTextLength
    GetWindowThreadProcessId
    IsWindow
    IsWindowVisible
    OpenProcess
    PostMessage
    TerminateProcess
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    My comment:
    The GetWindow function is used to obtain handles to all windows siblings to the main VFP window (having the equal rank), excluding the Program Manager window.

    Ths PostMessage function called with WM_SYSCOMMAND and SC_CLOSE works more effectively.

    That is for sure, the both ways can be of some sort destructive for the application. Especially the TerminateProcess is. Check description for this function on the MSDN.
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