When a process executes, it loads several other modules (generally .dll files) to help perform its functions. By using the Process class, you can determine what modules are loaded by an application. For each module, you can also determine various details, such as version number, entry point address, and memory size.
In this exercise, you learn how to work with the ProcessModule class and the ProcessModuleCollection class to get information about the modules loaded by a process that is executing.
Estimated time: 25 minutes
Launch Visual Studio .NET. Select File, New, Blank Solution, and name the new solution 316C14Exercises.
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