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Is there a way to have a script that when you run it, you can add additional commands to the script?(not sure if this makes any since)

For example.

if you want to install firefox silently, you would use:

firefox -ms

Can I have a script that when run, it I could do something like that?

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Yes you can.

Now if you want to know how, post some of the code that you tried.

Hints (all are in the help file):

  • Run()
  • RunWait()
  • ShellExecute()
  • ShellExecuteWait()


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Helpfile > Command Line Parameters

That is what I was talking about.


I didn't know that and wasn't sure how or what to ask in the help file. I just tried it and this is great. I learned something new today.

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