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    Question EXE files...

    Hehehe...this is gonna get me flamed, but here goes:

    I know the structure of an exe file:

    Code:
    struct EXE {
    char ID[2];
    unsigned last;
    unsigned pages;
    unsigned reloc_items;
    unsigned header_size;
    unsigned minpara;
    unsigned maxpara;
    unsigned ss;
    unsigned sp;
    unsigned chksum;
    unsigned ip;
    unsigned cs;
    unsigned first_reloc;
    unsigned char ovr;
    };
    But how does it work, and how would I combine two .exe files without damaging either?

    Ideas?

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    >>But how does it work, and how would I combine two .exe files without damaging either?

    Huh???? Why????

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    Originally posted by Fordy
    >>But how does it work, and how would I combine two .exe files without damaging either?

    Huh???? Why????
    Y'know like once the first one has ran, the second one runs...so I could...um...like have a hello world program combined with a...um...goodbye world program.

    so it would be like

    >hello.exe
    Hello, world.

    >goobye.exe
    Goodbye, world.

    >combine.exe hello.exe goodbye.exe mixture.exe

    >mixture.exe
    Hello, world.
    Goodbye, world.

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    Either look into DOS BATCH programming, or use the "system()" function.
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    NO!
    I WANT TO COMBINE TWO .EXE FILES
    SO THEY BECOME ONE
    THE SECOND ONE EXECUTED AFTER THE FIRST ONE

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    In other words, you want to make a virus. You want to append or prepend a file to another, and execute them both.

    By the way: DON'T SHOUT IT IS NOT POLITE!

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    Why not just type the code and make one [*.exe] file?
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    Because he wants to combine files dynamically. Like combing any two files.

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