My application is compiled with /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS, and I want to call some system commands without having a shell window appear. SYSTEM and SYSTEMQQ open the shell window. RUNQQ doesn't open a shell window, but it also doesn't seem to work for generic system commands, so I can't use it. Is there an easy way to make this happen? Do I have to resort to a Windows CreateProcess call, or is there an easy way to get the Intel routines to do what I want? Thanks!
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