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Re^3: Stop a .exeby BrowserUk (Pope)
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Then you are using it wrong!
Using the perl script as a substitute for your runme.exe:
And this Perl script to run the above using winopen2():
The latter reads a thousand lines from the former, sends "\n" to it which allows it to end, and then prints out the number of lines read (1001 including the "Press Enter to exit prompt") amd waits. If you check the task manager you'll see that the child process has terminated:
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