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Output of a shell command in VB

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I want to run an Exe from VB. To run this Exe, I am using Shell command. My Exe returns 2 numbers. I want to redirect the output of this shell command in a string. Please tell me how can I do it. ?
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Uff!, what a question history you have!
Better if you forget that i posted something here.
Good luck
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do you want to send data to another program through the shell command?
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Is the executable one of yours, or is it a third party component ?

If it is yours then you could get it to load a delimited string into the clipboard, and read the clipboard when Control returns to your calling program.
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