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    Merging two .Exe's in Windows

    I am working on a project that requires me to megre two Windows .Exe's together. I have no idea how to do this or which language to code a merger with. The product of the merge has to be executable and run its component .Exes sequentially, but not simultaneously. Does anyone have idea's or pointers, as they would be much appreciated Thanks -Fabez-
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    The only way I see would be to create a third application (exe) and includes the two exes in this new one (add them as resources). You new app would then run these res in memory... Something like these exes shrinker (like UPX) but with two exes in the same host app.

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    Eh. This is really stepping before the bounds of what I'd consider ethical. You'd be surprised what you can do with this.
    Google up for executable binding and dropping, one of them will show you how to do this (its easy btw).
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