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#24758 - 2002-07-10 07:01 PM Hiding a shell commands output when it runs
Michael Curtis Offline

Registered: 2002-07-10
Posts: 1
Loc: London

I have a lovely looking kix script, but it has a shell command copying a folder with 3 other folders in it. Between then the 3 folders have 45 files.

I would like to hide or neaten up the shell command when it runs.

Does anyone know how to do this?

Best wishes


#24759 - 2002-07-10 07:09 PM Re: Hiding a shell commands output when it runs
Lonkero Administrator Offline
KiX Master Guru

Registered: 2001-06-05
Posts: 22346
Loc: OK
if you have something like this:
shell "command compypasf"
pass at the end >nul
like this
shell "command compypasf >nul"


download KiXnet

#24760 - 2002-07-10 07:12 PM Re: Hiding a shell commands output when it runs
Howard Bullock Offline
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Registered: 2000-09-15
Posts: 5809
Loc: Harrisburg, PA USA
See: (almost) everything you wanted to know about RUN and SHELL

2nd paragraph from the bottom.
Home page:

#24761 - 2002-07-10 07:37 PM Re: Hiding a shell commands output when it runs
Chris S. Offline
MM club member

Registered: 2002-03-18
Posts: 2368
Loc: Earth
If your client PC's have WSH 5.6 installed (included with IE6) then you can use WSHPipe() to hide the ouput of your shelled command.
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