function Priority: Integer;
Value returned by GetThreadPriority function. Possible range is -15..15.
This method retrieves the priority value for the thread. This value, together with the priority class of the thread's process, determines the thread's base-priority level.
The thread's priority level can be any number within -15..+15 range. A well-known standard values are:
|•|| -15: (THREAD_PRIORITY_IDLE) Base priority of 1 for usual processes or 16 for REALTIME_PRIORITY_CLASS processes. |
|•|| -1: (THREAD_PRIORITY_BELOW_NORMAL) Priority 1 point below the priority class. |
|•|| -2: (THREAD_PRIORITY_LOWEST) Priority 2 points below the priority class. |
|•|| 0: (THREAD_PRIORITY_NORMAL) Normal priority for the priority class. |
|•|| 1: (THREAD_PRIORITY_ABOVE_NORMAL) Priority 1 point above the priority class. |
|•|| 2: (THREAD_PRIORITY_HIGHEST) Priority 2 points above the priority class. |
|•|| 15: (THREAD_PRIORITY_TIME_CRITICAL) Base-priority level of 15 for usual processes or 31 for REALTIME_PRIORITY_CLASS processes. |
Build date: 2020-02-11
Last edited: 2020-02-11
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