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shellexecute

I am sing ShellExecute in my application... like this
 ShellExecute(NULL,"open","www.something.com",NULL,NULL,SW_NORMAL);
 And in a single execution of my application i want to open some three or four different URLs in different windows, but by using above statement i am getting new URL in same window...
 So is there any additional feature which i can use..????
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maharia
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inprasCommented:
Hi
UR opening a document not the file itself U have do the following

      ShellExecute(NULL,"open","c:\\Program Files\\Plus!\\Microsoft Internet\\iexplore","www.nothing.com","c:\\Program Files\\Plus!\\Microsoft Internet\\",SW_SHOW);
Hope this helps
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mahariaAuthor Commented:
Dear inpras,
  I tried this but i could not able to open 2 sites in different browsers using two ShellExecute(); functions in same code.
   So, if you have any other perfect answer to this then it can help me a lot..
 
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captainkirkCommented:
I got the thing to work fine - I'm using NT4.0...

ShellExecute(NULL, "open", "iexplore.exe", "www.experts-exchange.com", NULL, SW_SHOW);      


ShellExecute(NULL, "open", "iexplore.exe", "www.IWon.com", NULL, SW_SHOW);      


even back-to-back calls to ShellExecute() work... how are you coding yours??
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inprasCommented:
I tried it on NT4 I could able to open two instances using
ShellExecute(NULL,"open","c:\\Program Files\\Plus!\\Microsoft Internet\\iexplore","www.nothing.com","c:\\Program Files\\Plus!\\Microsoft Internet\\",SW_SHOW);

ShellExecute(NULL,"open","c:\\Program Files\\Plus!\\Microsoft Internet\\iexplore","www.nothing.com","c:\\Program Files\\Plus!\\Microsoft Internet\\",SW_SHOW);

twice will U paste the code before and after initialization part? here..
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mahariaAuthor Commented:
I got answere of that problem..
   Thanx a lot
   Maharia
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