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Using a Variable in the Run Method - I would sure like to be able to do this !

Using a Variable in the Run Method - I would sure like to be able to do this !

Using a Variable in the Run Method - I would sure like to be able to do this !

(OP)
Here is my program. My comments tell the Story,

Dim Sexy,WshShell3,fil

Set WshShell3 = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
' I created a barebones script Here to Illustrate my failure at being able to use the Run method to run a variable
'I need to be able to use a variable in a much more complex script.

'WshShell3.Run """.\Src and Dst.txt"""
'Above Line Works

fil = ".\Src and Dst.txt"
Sexy = chr(34)+chr(34)+chr(34) + fil +chr(34)+chr(34)+chr(34)
'Sexy = chr(34)&chr(34)&chr(34) &fil &chr(34)&chr(34)&chr(34)
' Above Line has the Same Issue referenced below
Wscript.Echo Sexy
WshShell3.Run Sexy
'Above line Opens up This PC Explorer Window
Set WshShell3 = Nothing
Wscript.Quit

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