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Question[SOLVED]Exec under windows PinmemberAmitosh S.M.12-Jul-13 22:01 
Thinking about the fork-exec model used common in Unixes. Windows doesn't have a fork() but has all exec() counterparts. So, how does windows behave in this case? Is it similar to unix (shared ds, open fd's etc.) or in a different way?
 
Ans: Exec is complete alien in windows. It spawns a new process.
Tried googling but answers came mostly about unixes
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