Hello,

In message "Re: how to get the output of commands which contain backslashes?"
    on Sep.03,2003 18:29:10, <tobiasreif / pinkjuice.com> wrote:
| Does your code work for you, on a Win9* (Windows ME) box?

Oh, sorry, I only tested on my WinXP box.
I have Win98SE test envrionment on my home, but now I'm on
office...


|  > Solution B:
|  >   `command.com /c \for-programs\use\\tidy\\tidy.exe -v`
| 
| I wrote:
| # these don't work (nothing printed)
| puts `command.com /c \for-programs\use\tidy\tidy.exe -v`
| puts `command.com /c \\for-programs\\use\\tidy\\tidy.exe -v`

Hmmm, so, can you try this?
  `command.com /c \\for-programs\use\\tidy\\tidy.exe -v`



Regards,
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U.Nakamura <usa / osb.att.ne.jp>