The Windows kernel allows a program to be linked with /SUBSYTEM:CONSOLE or /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS.
Sometimes you would like a GUI application that also allows for command line interaction. This "opportunistic" console program is not natively supported. In a CONSOLE linked program, your GUI window will always be dependent on a console. If you launch from a shortcut, a new console is auto-created.
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