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A batch file based question

 
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This question is more about behaviors of batch files b/c I am using one to run my java application. When you run the app through the batch file you get the command prompt window in the background, I turned echoing off and all that does is not print the text in the command prompt. I want to have it where the command window doesn't appear at all, I am programming in windows xp, if there are any good tutorials on this I would love to read up on it. Thank you for your time and GOD Bless

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Hi Matthew,

Have you tried using javaw? I do not know anything about
that at all, I just have the feeling that it might help
you.

If not, you may also try the command "start".

P.
 
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I tried the start command, it just basically calls another command prompt, no text is in it, kinda like turning the echo off, but it is still there. When you said about using javaw, what exactly were you thinking. Even if you don't know how to implement it please try and explain what you are thinking of, maybe we can work together to find out exactly how to do it. Thanks for your help and GOD Bless

Matthew Middleton
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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