Restrict process(es) to single core

Suppose I'm running a multi-threaded program that's utilizing both
cores of my CPU. I'm not interested in it's speed, however, and would
like to free up another core for general purpose. Is there a way
(without altering/recompiling the program, obviously) to restricting a
process and its children to a single core?
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