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Associating Files

Posted on 2003-03-16
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I have a question while we are on the topic.  How is it that you get you app to associate with the file type ... hmmmmm (for give me I'm a n00b).

For instance, when I open a given file type in explorer, how does my program know what exactly to do with that file?

Now I know how to work with FSO and all that.  I'm just having trouble with the association part.
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Your program receive the filename in it's Command function.
Put that line in your program to read the Filename.
CmdLine = Command()
     
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Eh ... good enough for my purposes.  Thx
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