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From: Martin Str|mberg <ams AT speedy DOT ludd DOT luth DOT se>
Subject: Re: How do I run a command line which is long in windows 2000
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Geoff Robinson <geoffr2 AT aol DOT com> wrote:
: I want to run a command line longer than the limit in windows 2000. 
: I've read the appropriate section in the faq (16.4).  I did not find
: it helpful.  Is there anywhere else that relates how to get around
: this problem?  Do any examples, which I could look at, exist?

If you are using DJGPP programs, what is the problem? If you aren't,
go complain to Microsnoft.



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