Even though you warned that it would probably only work on NT flavors of Windows, I gave it run through in Win98. When run with no arguments, it displays the usage imformation as expected. When run with the -d command line option, it silently fails. When run with a process name, it will display the process name followed by a colon and the text "no process killed".
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Who says that programmers can't work in the Marketing Department?
Or is that who says that Marketing people can't program?