Starting DADiSP with a Command File

 

Windows

 

From the Program Manager, select File, Properties, and change the command line in the program item property sheet for your DADiSP application to include the optional command line argument /C=, for example:

 

Description:       DADiSP

Command Line:      C:\Program Files\DADiSP\DADiSPNT.EXE /C=MYFILE.DSP

Working Directory: C:\Program Files\DADiSP

 

This setup will start DADiSP and automatically load the command file, myfile.dsp.

 

UNIX/LINUX

 

At the Operating system prompt, use the optional command line argument "-c=", for example:

 

Xdadisp -c=myfile.dsp

 

This command will start DADiSP and automatically load the command file, myfile.dsp. If you want to run DADiSP as an icon, use the optional command line argument "-iconify", for example:

 

Xdadisp -iconify -c=myfile.dsp