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EAcessViolation Error

nodil
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I'am a italian beginner of delphi 2.0 and I have a problem:

Executing this command:
   WinExec('ARJ.EXE x -va -r -y C:\*.ARJ C:\PROVA',                                                                                              SW_MINIMIZE);
or this command:
   ShellExecute(0,'Open','ARJ.EXE','x -va -r -y :\*.arj c:\prova','',                                                                                                       SW_MINIMIZE);

the ARJ is executed correctly but appeat this error message:

Project Prova.exe raised exception class EAccessViolation with message
'Access violation at address 455C3A44. Read of address 455C3A44'. Process
stopped. Use Step or Run to continue.

Changing the parameters of ARJ the address violated changing.

What is the problem?
Can you explain a possible solution, please?
thank you.
Gianmario Da Vià
nodil@hotmail.com
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What is comming after this command ?

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Please post some more code, there's nothing wrong with the snippets you've posted.

Regards,

Erik.
If you process the arj command, and the next lines in your code refer to these files that were opened and/or to the compressed files then sometimes you have a problem becuase your delphi program continues to run while the arj process hasn't finished yet. Therefore you have to suspend the delphi program from stepping to the next code line until the arj process is finished.
For example if the next line is deleting *.arj then you'll get an error becuase these files are locked until all opening is done.
To suspend the delphi program create some loop, say with the
application.processmessages method, or use a timer.

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