I am making a GUI that runs CSound as a Windows system() command/process.
But when I click on my GUI for playing a .csd file, the command window (black screen - Csound messages) appears.
I want to supress it like it is in the Csound GUI that is distributed with the product.
I have used the -d flag, which is designed to supress displays, but this doesnt get rid of the command window.
How do I do this?