I need a routine that shells to a program and waits till it's done to return to my VB application.
I really like msiShellAndWait(ByVal CommandLine As String) but it makes a
Windows Dos Box for DOS programs (Works perfect for Win programs).
I don't want a Windows DOS box. I want it to drop to FULL SCREEN DOS like
you were at the prompt. This way when I launch a DOS program you can't tell
your in windows.
Key is, it has to be a routine that lets my program Know when the DOS app is done.
Anyway to make msiShellAndWait(ByVal CommandLine As String) work in
FULL SCREEN DOS ? Or do I have to use another routine?
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