How Do I Get the Names of all Embedded Resources in an Assembly?

Because the naming scheme of embedded resources is sometimes a bit awkward (you have to take the Default Namespace, folder names and resource file names into account), it can be useful to display a list of all embedded resources in your assembly with their Fully Qualified names. Put the following code in a method, like the constructor for your control for example, to get all the names in the Output window.
string[] resourceNames = this.GetType().Assembly.GetManifestResourceNames();
foreach(string resourceName in resourceNames)

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Written by Imar Spaanjaars
Date Posted 05/14/2004 10:22
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