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QuestionHow to find out if a file is loaded in memory? Pin
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dliviu12-Mar-13 0:54
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Well yes, it is a XY problem. Smile | :)
When I'm opening a txt file from an application which I made I want to open another instance of this application with the file opened in it. So I don't want to load all the dlls and bins again, but just point to them in the memory (because the files were already loaded by the application which was first opened).

I want to do this because I cannot make the application a MSDI one, because it's to hard to do for me.

modified 12-Mar-13 7:10am.

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