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I need help with the DOS EXEC function
: I'm running into this problem when I run a *.BAT file from an application I've written. It works fine until I press control-C in the middle of the batch program:
: During the application's execution, I use an EXEC function to call the COMSPEC (COMMAND.COM or CMD.COM) and supply the name of a batch file (LIST.BAT) to list some files. The batch files work as it should as thoughI ran LIST.BAT from the DOS's command prompt. When the batch file ends, I type EXIT and return to my application, no problem.
: It's when I press CONTROL-C while the LIST.BAT file pauses at the end of a full screen that the problem is encountered. When I abort the listing early that way, a file is created in my DOS directory with an arbitrary filename and it's contents are the listing produced by the LIST.BAT file.
: How can I prevent the creation of this file if I want to abort from a batch file using CONTROL-C?
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