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On Sunday 15 June 2003 03:32 pm, ddoc wrote:
popen3(cmd[, mode[, bufsize]]) Executes cmd as a sub-process. Returns the
file objects (child_stdin, child_stdout, child_stderr). Availability: Unix,
Windows. New in version 2.0.


I may be having a moment of brain fade, but I can't see how I get hold of
child_stdin etc, having started up a DOS program with popen3

Help?
c_stdin, c_stdout, c_stderr = popen3("C:\command.com")

c_stdout.write("dir\nexit\n")

print c_stdin.read()


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not tested

...

or ... something... have fun, hth

- -Zac

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