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The native OS threads running in the current process are exposed through the Threads property of the Process class. Please note that this is not the same as a managed thread, these are the actual native threads running on the operating system.
In order to get a pointer to the current executing thread, we must use P/Invoke. Here's how we do it:
public static extern UInt32 GetCurrentThreadId();
UInt32 id = GetCurrentThreadId();
ProcessThread thread = Process.GetCurrentProcess().Threads.Cast<ProcessThread>().Where(t => t.Id == id).Single();
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