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How to execute .exe INDIRECTLY trough another .exe, .bat etc...

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so what? who cares. it isnt a big deal
I am a professional programmer and plz email me and i will help you. my email is: andregoodarzi@hotmail.com i'm master in many programming languages and i can make websites too.


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so what? who cares. it isnt a big deal

Actually it's NO deal at all.

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Yzöwl , the OP already tested the proposed solution, modified it a little according to his needs and is using it successfully (for his needs):

I cannot find anything posted which provides what was asked. That was the reason for my response, (I certainly had no interest in replying to the pointless ramblings of DataCracker7899).

Double clicking on a .txt file will not open a batch script with the 'clicked' file as a parameter. Double clicking on a .txt file will only open that .txt file in whatever program has been associated with .txt files.
Right clicking could provide workable options but, as I stated, double clicking will not unless you make changes on the end users system.

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so what? who cares. it isnt a big deal


It just totally refutes your claim in your sig:

I am a professional programmer ... i'm master in many programming languages and i can make websites too.


The lack of capitalization and proper consistent sentence structure and punctuation in either your posts or your sig don't look very professional either.

By the way, I agree with jaclaz's guess that your age is 13 or 14 at most.

Look, no matter what you age is, you are perfectly welcome to be here and your participation is encouraged, but not your "pointless ramblings", as Yzöwl pointed out.

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ok sorry
I am a professional programmer and plz email me and i will help you. my email is: andregoodarzi@hotmail.com i'm master in many programming languages and i can make websites too.


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I cannot find anything posted which provides what was asked.

What was asked "evolved" and on post #16 and later again on post #21 the OP declared his issue as "solved".

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I cannot find anything posted which provides what was asked.

What was asked "evolved" and on post #16 and later again on post #21 the OP declared his issue as "solved".

jaclaz

Sorry you are wrong, from post #21 they are still claiming to double click a file and having it run a batch file!

Now when I double click on .ai or .eps file the black box opens and remains open until the program completely processes/opens the file.






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