getmypid — Displays the process ID of the current
Process ID of the executed script; FALSE on error
This function returns the process ID (PID) of the
executed PHP script. This and other related functions may
not work correctly in the Win32 version of PHP.
Example 1004. Display script
// this does not work in Windows
$pid = getmypid();
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