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Including an exe in another exe

Assuming i have an executable called mainprogram.exe and another called Update.exe. What I want to acheive is: when Update.exe is started, it replaces mainprogram.exe with, for example, C:Program FilesMyProgrammainprogram.exe. The point is to include the executable that needs to be replaced in Update.exe so it would be an all-in-one solution.

Also note that I can't create Update.exe that will download the mainprogram.exe from internet, it has to be already included in Update.exe.

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