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Your example 1.5

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4810 Jun 2,2003 01:07 PM Jun 3,2003 01:42 PM Windows Forms 1
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Asked On June 2, 2003 01:07 PM

I'm using VB.Net standard eddition. I tried your code example but where I'm declaring the following Dim current As Process=Process.GetCurrentProcess() Process gets underlined, like it's not accepting this setting.I also tried: Dim current as Process current=Process.GetCurrentProcess() Still Process where I'm setting current=... is getting underlined. What is wrong? Thank you.

Prakash S [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 3, 2003 01:42 PM

Hi Peter, Make sure that you have the System.Diagnostics namespace referenced in your file. Other than that, not sure why you are having trouble with either syntax. Both seem to work fine on my machine. Prakash Syncfusion


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