C# – Redirect output from a command line application

C# – Redirect output from a command line application

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This tutorial shows you how to redirect output from a command line application into a C# .net application. See the code at: Nguồn:https://hdwallpaperslovely.com/

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This tutorial shows you how to redirect output from a command line application into a C# .net application.

See the code at:

Nguồn:https://hdwallpaperslovely.com/

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    How I can write multiple inputs and read the output one by one for each command?

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    Cannot implicitly convert type 'string' to 'FlatUI.FlatTextBox'

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    Is it possible to redirect stdout and still see the stdout in the normal window ?
    For example i wanna run that dir command and see it in the command window and write it to a file

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    Dude u are the best

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    Are you the same dude who does The New Boston…?

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    Very nice; very helpful. Thanks.

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    hi im working in a project and i need some help!! i have a command line application (some.exe) i want to make a GUI version of that application, so i want to know how can i pass the info of the some.exe command line exe to the windows form in C# thanks in advance

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    thank you . this code help me very much

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    can you do a version that accepts multiple command line. Your version does not currently do that….

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    Thanks a lot, this is exactly what i want.

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    Thx, this helped me a lot.

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    Great video, the voice is clear, you don't speak too fast or too slow. About the content, is exactly what I was looking for. If the code works correctly, it matters not how old it's.  

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    I know is a couple years old, but do you have any tips on how to grab the output in realtime? I was able to do a redirect, but the console application i'm running takes a bit to run and it would be useful to see the output in realtime rather than just redirecting the output when the process ends.

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    Can you copy > paste the form1.cs Code?
    and the code inside program if you changed anything else?
    One of the tricks here are:

    Using System.Diagnostic;
    Using System.IO;

    that is slightlycut on the video.

    Thanks John; and Great Job with this tutorial

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    P.S: My hair turned white just by digging this so much

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    Highly Recommend this Video! There's no such Tutorial anywhere else. I've been dying to figure this ou for about an year…
    Yet this code didnt work for me; but made me understand how it's possibly done.

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