Just a guess: The backslash/left-angle-bracket combination may be confusing the parser. The backslash character is sometimes used to "escape" the following character. If this is happening, it may not be recognizing the left-angle bracket or the end tag.
Dim myprocess As New Process
Dim StartInfo As New System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo
Public Sub Audio128(ByVal MyPathandFilename As String, ByVal MyFileName As String)
StartInfo.FileName = MyProgram.exe
StartInfo.RedirectStandardInput = True
StartInfo.RedirectStandardOutput = True
StartInfo.UseShellExecute = False 'required to redirect
myprocess.StartInfo = StartInfo
The script works fine but the prompt is displayed while the program EXE works.
Is possible to hide it?
Thanks in advance
In my asp.net dynamic data project I want toread an excel file using suitable Microsoft technology (Not Excel). Someone said their was a server side tool for this? I want toread the first few columns of data from a table?
Any suggestions or directions onwhereto go?
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