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Old 11 July 2006, 15:35   #2
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try "run c:snoopdos >NIL:" ?


Format: RUN (command...) [{+(command)}]
Template: COMMAND/F
Location: Internal
RUN is used to start background processes. A background process does not open its own window for input or output and does not take over the parent shell.
RUN attempts to execute the (command) and any arguments entered on the command line. You can RUN multiple command lines by separating them with the plus signs (+). If you press Return after a plus sign, RUN interprets the next line as a continuation of the same command line.
To make it posible to close the curent shell, redirect the the output of the RUN command with RUN: >NIL: (command).

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