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Show processes at runtime

What I would like to do is to display somehow dll's etc that my program is using at any stage of the runtime.  There are times when my program will call on ocx to run and I would like to see an output of some kind that will show me what dll's, system files, etc that the program is currently using.  Can anyone provide a code example or any info regarding this?  This is basically for debugging purposes.  Thanks in advance!

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johnqtr
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zzzzzoocCommented:
>>This is basically for debugging purposes
If it's not going to be a feature in the program, you can just use a 3rd-party application to monitor such. The below is quite informative.

"Process Explorer"
http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/procexp.shtml
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