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how to print output on dos consolle

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I've a program VB with no forms, only modules bas, and I would like to print output message on the dos window, from i launch my program.
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there is some article about it in the VB programmers journal.
It is a simple yet requires some specifications I don't remember. try xdev.com to look for the article. it is called something like "building console applications with VB"
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