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I made a program in C++ (using OOP), that accepts a string on dos prompt and returns some answer on dos prompt.
like c:\> check c:\abc\salman.txt
It will check file salman.txt, and will check the errors in this file. (in this file code of C++ is wtritten and my program checks its syntax errors etc and if any error found then return LINE NUMBER)

Now i want to communivcate through VISUAL BASIC.i type some thing in there and want that my same program that also runs from Visual Basic do same thing.

What code i should write to do this in Visual Basic
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zuhairpk earned 200 total points
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use msdn help
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wonderful answer.
i will certainly do this
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