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How can I run several scripts when the application starts?

asked 2022-06-14 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-04-08 18:00:00 +0000

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There are a few ways to run several scripts when an application starts:

  1. Use a script to call other scripts: Write a script that calls all the other scripts you want to run and then call this script when the application starts.

  2. Use the "onLoad" event: If you're working with a programming language that supports events, you can use the "onLoad" event to run your scripts when the application starts.

  3. Use a batch file: If you're running your scripts on Windows, you can create a batch file that calls your scripts and then configure your application to run the batch file when it starts.

  4. Use a startup folder: Many operating systems have a startup folder where you can place scripts that you want to run when the user logs in or the system starts up.

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