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Hi and thanx very much for this info. I wil test this in time.

I was not avare of that Clarion could be set as the debugging EXE in VS. This was very interresting!!

Clarion for DOS was the first Clarion edition so yes, its the same Wink | ;-) It has been a little moderized in time, but the language is still the same. I have worked with Clarion since the first release. They are working on a .net edition these days. I have tested it. Works pretty well, but is still in beta. It depends on how long ago since you worked with Clarion. When they moved from DOS edition 2.x to 3.x they allso changed the compiler because Topspeed was incorporated into the company. Since then they have used the Topspeed compiler to compile theyr binaries, and still are.. Pretty amazing product. Today they use #Develop as the IDE and in time they wil incorporate theyr .NET edition into the Win32 edition.

Well, that was the history lesson for today Wink | ;-)

Anyway - thanx for your effort...

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I know you ment the Clarion compiled EXE Wink | ;-)
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