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Adding pause to command window

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Is there a switch to add a pause after this runs? I just want the command window to prompt "Press any key to continue..." so the user knows what to do next.

Many thanks.

RunWait ( @comspec & ' /k ' &$prog &' '&$option&' ' &GUICtrlRead($file))

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#Include <IsPressed_UDF.au3>

Opt('WinTitleMatchMode', 2)

ControlSend($prog, '', '', 'press anykey to continue...')

While 1
If _IsAnyKeyPressed() Then
;do something

Cheers, FireFox.


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