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List Modules Command

Lists the modules for the current process.

Debug.ListModules [/Address:yes|no] [/Name:yes|no] [/Order:yes|no]
[/Path:yes|no] [/Process:yes|no] [/SymbolFile:yes|no]
[/SymbolStatus:yes|no] [/Timestamp:yes|no] [/Version:yes|no]

/Address:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the memory addresses of the modules. Default value is yes.

/Name:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the names of the modules. Default value is yes.

/Order:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the order of the modules. Default value is no.

/Path:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the paths of the modules. Default value is yes.

/Process:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the processes of the modules. Default value is no.

/SymbolFile:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the symbol files of the modules. Default value is no.

/SymbolStatus:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the symbol statuses of the modules. Default value is yes.

/Timestamp:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the timestamps of the modules. Default value is no.

/Version:yes|no

Optional. Specifies whether to show the versions of the modules. Default value is no.

This example lists the module names, addresses, and timestamps for the current process.

Debug.ListModules /Address:yes /Name:yes /Order:no /Path:no /Process:no /SymbolFile:no /SymbolStatus:no /Timestamp:yes /Version:no
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