Hello, I am currently writing an improved, aesthetically and practically, clone of MS-DOS. You might have seen another post about the same subject by Kgenis, as we are both working on it together, only difference is I only started learning VB last night... well here goes.
We currently have a few commands scripted that use two arguements, such as "Rm Driveletter\Path.to.file" then VB checks executes the DelTree command followed by the specified file. But now we need to make another set of commands that use just one arguement, such as a 'HELP' command that prints all the commands and there uses or a 'logoff' command, that logs the current user off the computer.
The user types a command, e.g. 'help' into the texbox.
VB then takes this command and executes what we want it to do, in this case, using AddLine to print all of the commands and there uses to the screen.
Matt is not currently around so I can't contact him on the issue, and I would like it done by tomorrw, so any help is greatly appreciated. I appologise for the small amount of available points to hand out.