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QuestionCracking console app that takes data to stdin. Pin
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I written win app to launch console app write data to it and read results from it thru pipes.

My Console app on launch from command line:
type numbers:
//I'm then typing floating point numbers
1.1\n
2.2\n
3.3\n
\032\n <------ ctrl-z and new line forcing console to stop reading
//produce some output

My win app:
creates pipes;
create process; //console app
write to stdinWPipe; //console read it from its end of pipe stdinRPipe
fprintf(stdinWPipe,"%f\n",numb[i]);
frpintf(stdinWPipe,"\032\n"); //write ctrl-z symbol
closehandle(stdinWPipe); //close write end of stdin pipe
closehandle(stdoutWPipe); //close write end of stdout pipe before read
ReadFile(stdoutRPipe, ...); //read from read end of stdout pipe

This all works fine with my test console app and my win app to launch it, write data to its stdin and read data from its stdout throu pipes.

But there is just executable console which I need to lunch the same mode.
After it is ran from just command prompt it behaves exactly the same as my test console app:
type numbers: //writing prompt for typing in
1.1\n //and all the same typing numbers
2.2\n
3.3\n
\032\n //ctrl+z + \n
//and then it outputs results

But when I run this unknown console app from my win app function ReadFile(stdoutRPipe,... ) hangs itself never returning?? That is no data written to stdoutWPipe from console app. Whats the hell??





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