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C's system() & COMMAND.COM (Developers)

posted by alexfru(R), USA, 17.09.2014, 13:08

> > > Internal commands are ALWAYS processed first, so even if you find a
> > valid
> > > COM/EXE/BAT/BTM with the appropriate name, it may not be what actually
> > gets
> > > processed.
> >
> > If I execute a .COM/.EXE directly (int 21h function 4b00h) and not via
> > "%COMSPEC% /C", it should just work, no matter what internal commands
> are.
> The point is that the person calling the shell might have wanted the
> internal command. You are basically changing priorities there.

IFF an internal command ends in .COM/.EXE, which is sick.


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