Running a .BAT file from a Windows Form
What is a .Bat file?
A batch(.bat) file contains a series of DOS commands, and is commonly written to automate frequently performed tasks. These files (.bat) can save time by automating specific actions taken on the computer down to one simple click.
How to create a .Bat file?
In order to create a simple batch file, all you need is a single command you want to run, typed into a text file and saved with the .BAT extension, like "testbat.bat".
The following .bat file create a folder "d:\MyDir" in your D drive. The content of the file as follows :
Open a notepad and copy and paste the above content in the notepad and save it as "testbat.bat".
If you want to execute the file directly, double click the file (testbat.bat). Then you can see a new directory in your D drive named "MyDir".
In some situations you have to run .bat files from your C# or VB.Net applications. The following programs shows how to run a .bat file from C# or VB.Net.
Source Code | C#
Source Code | Vb.Net
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