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boltc

i want my program to do some commands in dos.. and i want to hide it..

can someone help??(when using winxp)

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BigDod

i want my program to do some commands in dos.. and i want to hide it..

can someone help??(when using winxp)

lookup run in the help file. Remember to look at remarks and flags.


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BigDod

i already tried that.. but cant get it work.. B)

Show us what you have tried and we can try to help you.


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Greenseed

i assume you just wan to start a command dos in stealth mode! the in the help file there are a example! that work im sure!

Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'commandName', "", @SW_HIDE)

it will run a command in the cmd shell of windows! in HIDE mode!

and if you wan to be able to read output from dos and send raw texte to the console check for Stdin and stdout.

hope it help!

bye bye


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