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How to run a MS-DOS .exe program from a VB6 application ?

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I want to run a small .exe program from a VB6 application
Is there a "system("my program.exe") command or something like that ?

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Shell "Yourprogram.exe",vbMaximizedFocus
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thank you that's exactly the function I was looking for.
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