Command Line Driven Program Tutorial - PART 1

Submitted on: 1/31/2015 9:41:00 AM
By: Coding MasterMind (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 5 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Hello fellow PSC users, I have written this tutorial (part one of a series) to teach the programmers that don't know about Command Line Driven programs how to develop them. Have you ever seen with Windows applications that you can go into Run and type "PING" (with out the "") and the program PING will ping the IP address This series tutorial will start at the basics of Command Line Driven application programming and take you right up to the complex coding that can be developed in Visual Basic programming. I hope this tutorial will help you other VB programmers, and I hope to see a lot of nice programs uploaded onto PSC using this concept. The .zip file contains the tutorial (.doc format) and a sample program I have written in VB (fully commented). Best Regards, Coding MasterMind

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				Please Download the attached .zip file, you will need Winzip to extract it. If you don't have Microsoft Word to read the tutorial, contact me and I will send you a .txt version of it. I hope this tutorial helps. Best Regards, Coding MasterMind.

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