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Memory Usage (followup to cpu usage question)

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Can someone show me how to get the memory usage (the amount of memory being used expressed as a percentage of the total memory) for the Win9x/NT/2K/XP operating systems?

Note: in case you are wondering, no this isn't work of any sort, i'm just playing around with evaluating system  resource values in Windows.
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