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How to know which are the application are running presently

 
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hello everybody
i have a doubt related to core JAVA programming. I need a Core JAVA program which gives the all the presently running application on the system, which we usally get by clicking the (alt+ctrl+delete) simultaniously. Over there we get that which application is runnig and which is not responding.

So through Core JAVA program i want to know list of application are ruuning successfully and which are not responding.

Please give the reply as soon as possible.
Thanks!
 
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Please do not crosspost, it wastes people's time and effort. Not too sure which is the original thread, but I did provide some pointers in the other thread found here.

Oh, and BTW... Welcome to Javaranch. Normally, we (meaning me) are a more friendly bunch of folk here...

Henry
[ July 08, 2006: Message edited by: Henry Wong ]
 
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