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runwait /c flag

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Hello,

 

For quite a long time i have been wondering something:

I quite frequently use the command

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "commandName")

Now i'm wondering: what does the /c flag do?

i apologize if the /c flag is not related to runwait as i put it like that in the title.

Edit: Is it even a flag?

 

thanks,

dh

 

Edit2: Never mind, I've found the answer:

/C Carries out the command specified by the string and then terminates

You can get all the cmd command line switches by typing cmd /?

source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/515309/what-does-cmd-c-mean

I thought it was a flag from AutoIT but apparently it was a CMD thingy.

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