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a question about a command structure using runwait()

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uolabrat

Hi, I found a couple of examples of this structure that works great for what I need, but I don't understand why. (which seems a little dangerous to me...)

RunWait("cmd /t:9f /k" & $variable)

where $variable is a command string, in my case a psexec command.

Could someone please explain it to me or show me where I could find the information?

Thanks!

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PsaltyDS

Hi, I found a couple of examples of this structure that works great for what I need, but I don't understand why. (which seems a little dangerous to me...)

RunWait("cmd /t:9f /k" & $variable)

where $variable is a command string, in my case a psexec command.

Could someone please explain it to me or show me where I could find the information?

Thanks!

Google is your friend: MSDN Windows XP Command-line Reference: CMD

:)


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uolabrat

Ahh... yes... that thing... you know, if people keep using this google thing it might get big or something... :o thanks much... I saw that hit initially but didn't search it thoroughly.

Peace!

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