t_thread * Findthreadbyordinal(int ordinal);

Given thread's ordinal, returns pointer to the thread descriptor.

OllyDbg assigns ordinal 1 to the main thread. Each next thread gets ordinal number increased by 1. Auxiliary threads created by Windows have ordinal 0 and can't be located with Findthreadbyordinal().


(in) Ordinal assigned to the thread by OllyDbg

Return values:

If thread with given ordinal is present in the debugged process, returns pointer to the structure t_thread that describes this thread. Otherwise, returns NULL

See also:
Threads, t_thread, Findthread()