Today's article has you finding a program's "PID" (in the terminal, of course)...

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I published this one a few minutes earlier, 'cause I have to leave my house and venture out into the real world this afternoon. (Presumably, I will survive this ordeal.)

So, publishing earlier means I get to share it in a timely fashion. Though, well, I probably could have managed this on a phone while the missus drove.


Feedback is awesome - and be sure to read the bonus way to determine a program's PID.
 
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