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POSTER

File: 3208.comp-sys-amiga
Path: ...!sri-unix!rutgers!cbmvax!phillip
From: phillip@cbmvax.cbm.UUCP (Phillip Lindsay CATS)
Newsgroups: comp.sys.amiga
Subject: Re: Finding pointer to CLI Window structure
Message-ID: <1613@cbmvax.cbmvax.cbm.UUCP>
Date: 1 Apr 87 13:44:54 GMT
Date-Received: 2 Apr 87 02:53:59 GMT
References: <1949@hoptoad.uucp>
Distribution: world
Organization: Commodore Technology, West Chester, PA
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in article <1949@hoptoad.uucp>, slc@hoptoad.uucp (Steve Costa) says:
> 
> Am I overlooking something obvious? After searching though my various
> manuals, I can't figure this out:
> 
> If I start a program from a CLI (for example, in my startup-sequence)
> how can I tell what window the CLI is running in? I can't seem to

I thought this was already posted (by Carolyn), but in light of the 
questions what follows is a re-post of ConPackets.c.
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