system() problem

Dezso_Kovacs%OPELHUNGARY_SZG@opel.hu Dezso_Kovacs%OPELHUNGARY_SZG@opel.hu
Mon Jan 12 04:45:00 GMT 1998


Hello!

I have installed the GNU-win32 b18 on NT 3.51 and compiled this code with
gcc:

#include <stdlib.h>
int main (void)
{
        int i;
        i = system ("dir");
        return i;
}

When I run the program it prints "failure!!!!!" and returns -1.
The system() did not work with any other arguments I tried except NULL when
 it returned 1 (and
there was no failure message then).

Is it a bug or did I do something wrong?

Thank you,

     Dezso Kovacs
     d.kovacs@opel.hu


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