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How to hide console window while batch file is executing?

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Hi,
    Is there any code or references that i can read to hide the console window?? Because it is quite annoying seeing console window appearing averytime i execute batch files... kindly show me the codes if possible.. :) Thank you..  
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Not sure where you are starting your batch file from, but if it is another DOS window, AND if you are using the "Start" command, try this:

START /MIN <whatever command you are doing>
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thank you..

i think i can proceed with it already... :)

            these are the simple coding that i start from a .bat file..

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