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I think that my copy of turbo 4.5 is missing some parts of header files!?

example being that ..
   winexec( "c:\\dos\\example.exe" , SW_NORMAL );
WORKS FINE!!

But using the SW_MINIMIZED setting doesn't??

Were can I get a updated header files on the net, and the documentation??

bradz
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flisakow earned 0 total points
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There is no such constant, you mean either:
  SW_MINIMIZE
or
  SW_SHOWMINIMIZED

Shaun
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by:bradz
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Your correct!

  I don't have the flag listing of winexec, so I couldn't check the syntax.

BUT WHY DOES THE SYSTEM GO TO DOS IF I USE ...
winexec( "c:\\dos\\xcopy.exe Path1 path2 /f", SW_SHOWMINIMIZED";

STILL NEED HELP
bradz@intergate.bc.ca
thanks!


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