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Stephen Hewitt16-Mar-13 14:41
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Each process has it's own address space so, in general, it's not possible to just run another instance and "point to them in the memory". If you're worried about DLL's and such beging loaded twice I'd leave the management of virtual memory up to the OS, it's smart enough to map the same physical page into multiple processes when possible.
 
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