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Is Possible to call an  Exe from Flash?
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shaneholmes earned 20 total points
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You can accomplish this  using FSCommands
 The Command you will need to employ will be
"Exec" and the Argument will be the path to the .exe file.


FScommand exec('filename').

Shane
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by:Russell Libby
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ravisiva,

Perhaps you should consider cleaning up some of your questions, rather than asking new ones?

Out of 26 asked questions, you still have 20 open. And most, if not all of those open, have been answered by the experts here in this TA. The experts here have taken their time to assist you, and its only in good taste (as well as being part of the site agreement) that you clean these up.

Just a suggestion, nothing more.
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by:ravisiva
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Dear  shaneholmes

Thanks for your  suggesstion.
Regarding the sound file recoding ...

When i recording  somthing  the  new recorded soundfiles
play after the old ?

Why?

I want to erase the old one and  i want to hear the present recorded files.

One more things

I didnt get the following one . FScommand exec('filename').



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by:shaneholmes
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You asked how you call an exe from delphi - and i said , you use the FSCommand

something like

fsCommand("exec", YOUR APP NAME HERE );



Shane
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by:shaneholmes
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something like

fsCommand("exec", ''C:\Program Files\Projects\MyProject.exe'');
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by:shaneholmes
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BTW, as RLibby suggested, you need to go back and clean up your questions, or no experts are gonna help you any more.

You have not completed any of your questions - you need to go back and grade them

Shane
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by:shaneholmes
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Also note,

The exec command can contain only the characters A-Z, a-z, 0-9, period ()., and underscore (_). The exec command runs in the subdirectory fscommand only. In other words, if you use the fscommand exec command to call an application, the application must reside in a subdirectory named fscommand.

open flash , go to Help - Using flash , type FScommand and you get search results with FSCOMMAND topic

Shane
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