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Tom Smit



Joined: 26 Jan 2000
Posts: 21

Post @DP in a run command Reply with quote

Run ( "c:\bin\make.bat @DP"yyddmm"", "c:\bin", process_id)
should be allowed, however, when i try to validate the syntax,
i get a "Bad number of arguments". FYI, if i just dump a @W in there
it'll work fine.

-tom

Wed Jan 26, 2000 12:59 pm View user's profile Send private message
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Post Re: @DP in a run command Reply with quote

This is because of double quotes. You should change it to either
Run ( "c:\bin\make.bat @DP\"yyddmm\"", "c:\bin", process_id)

or
Dim( command, string )
Concat( "c:\bin\make.bat ", @DP"yyddmm", command )
Run( command, "c:\bin", process_id )

: Run ( "c:\bin\make.bat @DP"yyddmm"", "c:\bin",
: process_id)
: should be allowed, however, when i try to validate the syntax,
: i get a "Bad number of arguments". FYI, if i just dump a @W in
: there
: it'll work fine.

: -tom

Wed Jan 26, 2000 1:32 pm View user's profile Send private message
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