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Passing Parameters to EXEs

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Is it possible in VB 6 to pass parameters to applications /exe at run time developed in VB6.
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Question by:ShehzadMunir
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Éric Moreau earned 10 total points
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You can call "YourApp.EXE Param1" and use the "Command" statement to retreive the passed values.
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by:amit_panjwani
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Only solution related to this , I know of is passing command line parameters using dos


Such as executing exe on command prompt say

MyExe - Myswitch etc

lemme know if you want to know more

Amit

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by:andysalih
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or you could user

shell "c:\command.com/c program.exe /param",vbhide

that will run an exe file with the parameters.

cheers
Andy
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by:prefix
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"at run time developed in VB6. "

open the project menu then select properties item, choose the "make" table, put your arguments in the command line arguments. press ok.
That's all.
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