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Hi,
I'm using a .net dll in a Win32 application.
I want to print the DLL file location programetically.

I tried like as below , but it still displaying the EXE's (generated by my win32 app.) path -
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HMODULE hmod = GetModuleHandle(TEXT("MyApp.dll"));
TCHAR szPath[MAX_PATH + 1] = {0};
DWORD dwLen = GetModuleFileName(hmod, szPath, MAX_PATH);
wprintf(L"CURRENT DIRECTORY: %s\n" ,szPath);
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Please advice any new solution or any correction required (above code stuff) for the same.
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