I have a program which has to be run from the Command prompt passing two file names. I have in the past just opened a Command window and typed in the program and the two file names and all has been fine.
Now I have a lot of files to process with the program so would like to use ShellExecute etc. from a Delphi 7 program.
Have tried to figure out what to do but nothing seems to work.
Thinking laterally - it might be easier to create a batch file to do this rather than writing delphi code.
Use an input redirect to feed the return:
c:\protlisp.exe source1.txt target1.txt
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