I'm currently developing a tool in Python using wxPython for my GUI.
Now I'm using wx.Shell() to execute commands to the command prompt.
Now this all works fine, but the command prompts keep popping up, is there a way to hide these?
Here's a copy of the modules I imported so far.
import os, sys
Well, I partly agree and partly disagree with ghostdog74. Some functionality may be available in the Python standard modules, and then it is better to use, say, os.rename() than to call console command
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