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Using VB to send a command to 95/NT4 command prompt

Using VB to send a command to 95/NT4 command prompt

Using VB to send a command to 95/NT4 command prompt

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How (if there is a way) can I get VB to send a string of data to the
command prompt in 95/NT4? I tried sendkeys but this only works when
going to other window applications. Any ideas. I am not an expert
programmer (as yet!) but do have a good grasp with VB.

RE: Using VB to send a command to 95/NT4 command prompt

I think the Shell function may accomplish what you are trying to do. Look at the example is VB help for syntax.

RE: Using VB to send a command to 95/NT4 command prompt

One way I use is to use the shell command to invoke a batch file. I write the batch file to send whatever I want to DOS...

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