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Ghost21

So I would like another program run my program in a way that if it Runs Program.exe <WHATEVER IS HERE IS THE RUN ARGUMENT> so like test.txt then I would use test.txt inside the Program.exe as a variable ???

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PsaltyDS

Aaaaand what did you try?

C'mon now, over 250 posts on this forum and you post a question like that without showing any effort?

:)


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Ghost21

Aaaaand what did you try?

C'mon now, over 250 posts on this forum and you post a question like that without showing any effort?

:)

I just wondered if its just something built in ?

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GEOSoft

In 2 and a half years you have had ample opportunity to not only read the help file but memorize it ae well.

Look there for $CmdLine.


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Ghost21

In 2 and a half years you have had ample opportunity to not only read the help file but memorize it ae well.

Look there for $CmdLine.

I know , I know I try and read it but fall asleep.. Creating and looking at examples are the only way I learn.. Weird I know..

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