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.

 

Under UNIX:

 

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