Anyone knows how to run a ./ command on Windows?
For example: ./my-file

Or is possible to run it with CygWin? Because I'm getting lots of errors with it


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    What kind of errors are you receiving? Please edit your post with all relevant details. – Ben N Nov 12 '16 at 19:48

run 'start my-file' OR 'start ./my-file'

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