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What is the difference between the command "Run" and "ShellExecute" ?  :huh2:

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Danyfirex

Run use CreateProcess.  ShellExecute use ShellExecuteEx.

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With Run you can only call executables (.COM, .EXE).

With Shellexecute you can open any filetype and the corresponding application will be opnened ("test.docx" will open Word.

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Celtic88

With Run you can only call executables (.COM, .EXE).

With Shellexecute you can open any filetype and the corresponding application will be opnened ("test.docx" will open Word.

Great thank you

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Celtic88

then "ShellExecute" more complete than "Run"

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With Run you can only call executables (.COM, .EXE).

 

.cmd and .bat files may be called too.


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