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Hello,

How do I take arguments and pass them from the command line, so . . .

I am wanting to do this from inside a batch file more or less would like to replace some dos commands

with my own .au3 scripts.

So "echo Hello World" would become "AutoitScript.au3 Hello World" etc . . .

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Hello,

How do I take arguments and pass them from the command line, so . . .

I am wanting to do this from inside a batch file more or less would like to replace some dos commands

with my own .au3 scripts.

So "echo Hello World" would become "AutoitScript.au3 Hello World" etc . . .

Look under "Running Scripts" in the helpfile, there is some info on Command Line Parameters there.

Basically There is an array like this (from helpfile)

$CmdLine[0] is number of parameters
$CmdLine[1] is param 1 (after the script name)
$CmdLine[2] is param 2 etc

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