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  1. Hi all, I'm developing a console program (program.exe) that takes file A and produces file B. What I wanted to know is what is the convention for passing files as arguments on the command line? In other words is it convention to do: program.exe "C:folderfile.abc" or is it convention to use the CWD: cd c:folder Program.exe file.abc Both will require different code internally. I want to know this because I am developing a program and need to know which to use. Also, is it convention to pass command line switches before or after the main input argument? Thanks in advance.
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