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Writing a frontend to a DOS app. What's the easiest way to control the different command line switches?

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I'm looking to write a frontend for the NAVDX norton command line scanner similar to the frontend written for McAfee's command line scanner for Barts PE. McAfee seems to miss viruses too often (Yes, it's always updated) and I'd like to have the Norton available to me but not have to type everything out.

If anybody has some simple example source code for a frontend I could download that'd be great. (This is what I get for not programming, EVER anymore)

Thanks in advance.
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Sootah, thanks for accepting my answer. Would you be so kind to fill feedback? (Just click on the link near my answer).

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