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Old 05-12-2017, 10:19 PM
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Is it possible to call a 3rd party program that accepts STDIN from a file redirection, but instead substitute the file with STDOUT from my program without creating a pipe?

I'm seeing evidence that a batch file pipe from my program (e.g. MyProgram | TheirApp) is slower than reading from a pre-saved file redirected into the 3rd party app (e.g. TheirApp < MyFile), and was hesitant to implement pipes within my VB app.

I was hoping to do something like: TheirApp < MyProgramSTDOUT
and that magically it would be faster.

Probably a wild goose chase.
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Old 05-14-2017, 08:45 PM
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I'll call this discussion closed and pointless.

I was able to pipe several TB yesterday alone and most of the processing limitation is with the 3rd party app.

I'll probably create a pipe anyway, so I don't have to call a batch file to do it for me.
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