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Why can't I acess a process?

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As you can see in my code I included System.Diagnostics. The purpose of this program is to get the current process and output it to the console. I am trying to access Process.GetCurrentProcess    on line 14  .  Also, as you can see, I can only access Process.Program   . Why is it that I can't use:

 

Process.GetCurrentProcess(); and all of the other functions of the Process Class.

 

 

 

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Because your program's namespace is also called "Process", you'll need to use "System.Diagnostics.Process" to resolve the diambiguity between System.Diagnostics.Process and Process.

TL;DR: Don't name your program "Process".

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Ahhh that seems like a very logical answer. *Voted up* . Yea didn't notice that because the name of the tutorial I am watching is called process. Thank you!

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