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I have a VB.NET app that needs to run .bat files to work, and im just wondering if I can make my app run multiple commands when I press a button.

What I have tried:

Making my app run a .bat file from a preset directory
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Updated 29-Jun-20 18:44pm
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Dave Kreskowiak 30-Jun-20 0:11am
   
Yes. It's just launching another Process, exactly like you would for running one command. You just launch another one for the next command.

But, you haven't shown the code you've written for launching anything, so it's a bit difficult to tell you anything specific about your implementation.

Also, why would you .BAT files when you can do the same things directly in code?
OakBricks 30-Jun-20 1:59am
   
I used .bat files because it's one of my first projects in VB.NET and I think its System.Diagnostics.Start.Process("C:\Folder\bat.bat

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Private Sub Form1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Me.Click
       Process.Start("d:\a.bat")
   End Sub
   
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OakBricks 30-Jun-20 14:43pm
   
This is what I did to run the .bat files im wondering if I can do this : Process.Start("C:\Path\To\App.exe -Arg XXXX:)
kgmmurugesh 1-Jul-20 0:05am
   
Yes, You can run any type of executable files (.bat, .exe, .com etc).

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