> OK but what's the relationship between "winhugs /edit" and
> "DDEOPN32.EXE TextPad %s(%d)": is the former just a kind of
> alias for the latter?
winhugs /edit is an alias for whichever text editor you've got set in
your WinHugs options. In your case it is an alias for the DDEOPN32
command, but if you edit your WinHugs options it will change to
following that preference.