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It is used to call the system command, and return the result once completed.




 Invoke and execute system commands such as cmd, sh and powershell.

The function can only execute one command at a time for the time being; to execute multiple commands, write the commands to an executable file such as bat or sh and then invoke the file through a command.



A system command, whose type can be cmd, sh or powershell;

Its format is fixed, which is “cmd /c + command, “powershell -c + command” or “sh -c + command”



Proceed with the execution without pause


Return the result of stdout


Return the sequence of [exit,stdout,stderr]

Return value:

The corresponding result


system("cmd /c ipconfig")

Get network information of the current machine

system("cmd /c D:\\MicroInsight\\esCalc\\bin\\startup-zh.bat")

Execute startup-zh.bat

system("cmd /c D:\\MicroInsight\\DataLogic\\bin\\DataLogic.exe")

Execute DataLogic.exe

system("sh -c /")


system("powershell -c copy D:\\stu.txt D:\\file\\stu.txt")

Copy stu.txt in D: to D:\\file directory


When @o option is present:

system@o("sh -c ifconfig")

Use @o option to return the result of stdout:


When @a option is present:

system@a("powershell /c Remove-Item D:\\test.txt")

With @a option, return a sequence in the order of [exit,stdout,stderr]; below is the interface when error is reported during command execution:

system@a("powershell /c New-Item E:\\t1.txt")

When @a option is present and the command is correctly executed: