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    VB6 and Dos

    Hi, I just started coding again, and was wondering if it was possible to run a DOS command in vb6 without opening the cmd prompt. Basically Running a batch file within the form and not opening it in cmd prompt.

    Im using this code to create and run a batch file, but i want it to load and execute in the form, not cmd prompt.

    Code:
    Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Open "c:\echo.bat" For Output As #1
    Print #1, "@echo off"
    Print #1, "Echo Test Test Test"
    Print #1, "Ping 127.0.0.1"
    Print #1, "pause"
    Close #1
    x = Shell("c:\echo.bat", 1)
    End Sub
    If that isnt possible, would i be able to execute my batch, and have it run in the cmd prompt, but have the cmd prompt hidden completely?
    I'm here to learn :S

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