I have a process which is started by another process, so I cannot see the command line output of the launched process, how can I check the console output anyway? Can I "attach" the command line to a process? if yes, how?
Edit: I mean this:
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StraceNT is a System Call Tracer for Windows. It provides similar functionality as of strace on Linux. It can trace all the calls made by a process to the imported functions from a DLL. StraceNT can be very useful in debugging and analyzing the internal working of a program.
I am a Linux person and use
strace for this sort of things. You will get more than just your program output because if it works like
strace it would be quite verbose, however, you may need to filter the output to get what you are looking for.