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Re: Bug in startapp lisp function

Yes, your results agree with what I see. But the documentation in the help file clearly states: "This function starts any other Windows application appname. Optionally, it also loads a filename into that application. When successful, the startapp function returns an integer greater than 2; when unsu...

Re: Bug in startapp lisp function

I am sorry I have to help you with this. I thought it was obvious what I was saying about the return value of (startapp). You don't need a lisp file. Just type the following into Intellicad at the command prompt (press F2 first to open the Intellicad propmt history window so you can see the results ...

Bug in startapp lisp function

I am using CMS Intellicad 10 PE Plus. I have found there is a severe bug in the (startapp) lisp function. According to the documentation it should return an integer greater than 2 on success, and it should return 2 if unsuccessful. It does not do this. I have found that it returns nil in all cases, ...

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