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Executing qbasic code via another qbasic code

Executing qbasic code via another qbasic code

Executing qbasic code via another qbasic code

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I'm sure there is a way to do this, but I do not know the function  for this. Can some one tell me? I just want to be able to call for another basic code to execute with a basic code.
Thanks.

RE: Executing qbasic code via another qbasic code

Like:

CODE

CHAIN "path and filename"

Lee

RE: Executing qbasic code via another qbasic code

sure.
chain "c:\qb\myprog.bas"
(or .exe if compiled using brun45)

RE: Executing qbasic code via another qbasic code

I don't know if this will help or if it is what you are doing but.

Consider using a "SHELL" command to execute a "BAT" bile that "STARTS" another command window which can run QBasic or any thing else it wants in it's own window.

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