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List all DLLs in memory (not by process)

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Hello

In .NET, is it possible to list all the DLL files which are in memory and does anyone have any sample code?

I am not interested in the processes. Just a list of DLL files in memory.

Many thanks

Keeka
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Take a look at the following article: Dll Profiler in C#

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/3980/Dll-Profiler-in-C
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I am curious why you wouldn't want the list by process?
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