|Title: ||How to start a program in background on Windows NT|
How to start a program in background on a Windows NT system?
The ability to start a program in background is provided by a
Window NT command 'start'.
'start' starts a separate window to run a specified program
To get more information about this command please type
To start a Eloquence application in background from
within the current Eloquence program, you succeed with a
combiniation of the Eloquence command 'COMMNAND' and the
Windows NT command 'start'
Since the Eloquence 'COMMAND' executes a system command, the
COMMAND "!start eloqcore CLOCK,EXAMPLE"
would start the CLOCK Example in background.
Please ensure that the PATH environment variable includes
the path to the Eloquence bin directory.