ProcessModule.ModuleName ProcessModule.ModuleName ProcessModule.ModuleName ProcessModule.ModuleName Property

Definition

Gets the name of the process module.

public:
 property System::String ^ ModuleName { System::String ^ get(); };
public string ModuleName { get; }
member this.ModuleName : string
Public ReadOnly Property ModuleName As String

Property Value

The name of the module.

Examples

The following code example creates a new process for the Notepad.exe application. The code iterates through the ProcessModuleCollection class to obtain a ProcessModule object for each module in the collection. The ModuleName property is used to display the name of each module.

Process^ myProcess = gcnew Process;

// Get the process start information of notepad.
ProcessStartInfo^ myProcessStartInfo = gcnew ProcessStartInfo( "notepad.exe" );

// Assign 'StartInfo' of notepad to 'StartInfo' of 'myProcess' object.
myProcess->StartInfo = myProcessStartInfo;

// Create a notepad.
myProcess->Start();
System::Threading::Thread::Sleep( 1000 );
ProcessModule^ myProcessModule;

// Get all the modules associated with 'myProcess'.
ProcessModuleCollection^ myProcessModuleCollection = myProcess->Modules;
Console::WriteLine( "Module names of the modules associated with 'notepad' are:" );

// Display the 'ModuleName' of each of the modules.
for ( int i = 0; i < myProcessModuleCollection->Count; i++ )
{
   myProcessModule = myProcessModuleCollection[ i ];
   Console::WriteLine( myProcessModule->ModuleName );
}
myProcessModule = myProcess->MainModule;

// Display the 'ModuleName' of the main module.
Console::WriteLine( "The process's main moduleName is: {0}", myProcessModule->ModuleName );
myProcess->CloseMainWindow();
using (Process myProcess = new Process())
{
    // Get the process start information of notepad.
    ProcessStartInfo myProcessStartInfo = new ProcessStartInfo("notepad.exe");
    // Assign 'StartInfo' of notepad to 'StartInfo' of 'myProcess' object.
    myProcess.StartInfo = myProcessStartInfo;
    // Create a notepad.
    myProcess.Start();
    System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(1000);
    ProcessModule myProcessModule;
    // Get all the modules associated with 'myProcess'.
    ProcessModuleCollection myProcessModuleCollection = myProcess.Modules;
    Console.WriteLine("Module names of the modules associated "
        + "with 'notepad' are:");
    // Display the 'ModuleName' of each of the modules.
    for (int i = 0; i < myProcessModuleCollection.Count; i++)
    {
        myProcessModule = myProcessModuleCollection[i];
        Console.WriteLine(myProcessModule.ModuleName);
    }
    // Get the main module associated with 'myProcess'.
    myProcessModule = myProcess.MainModule;
    // Display the 'ModuleName' of the main module.
    Console.WriteLine("The process's main moduleName is: " + myProcessModule.ModuleName);
    myProcess.CloseMainWindow();
}
Using myProcess As New Process()
    ' Get the process start information of notepad.
    Dim myProcessStartInfo As New ProcessStartInfo("notepad.exe")
    ' Assign 'StartInfo' of notepad to 'StartInfo' of 'myProcess' object.
    myProcess.StartInfo = myProcessStartInfo
    ' Create a notepad.
    myProcess.Start()
    System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(1000)
    Dim myProcessModule As ProcessModule
    ' Get all the modules associated with 'myProcess'.
    Dim myProcessModuleCollection As ProcessModuleCollection = myProcess.Modules
    Console.WriteLine("Module names of the modules associated " +
                            "with 'notepad' are:")
    ' Display the 'ModuleName' of each of the modules.
    Dim i As Integer
    For i = 0 To myProcessModuleCollection.Count - 1
        myProcessModule = myProcessModuleCollection(i)
        Console.WriteLine(myProcessModule.ModuleName)
    Next i
    ' Get the main module associated with 'myProcess'.
    myProcessModule = myProcess.MainModule
    ' Display the 'ModuleName' of the main module.
    Console.WriteLine("The process's main moduleName is: " +
                               myProcessModule.ModuleName)
    myProcess.CloseMainWindow()
End Using

Remarks

If the name is longer than the maximum number of characters allowed, it is truncated.

Applies to