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Run compiled script with switches

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sliceofpie

Hello,

I have a script that copies files from one computer to another. I have compiled and would like to run it silently when logged off. I've added a scheduled task to run it but I noticed that my approach will not work. Is there a way to program a switch that I can use to schedule it with?

For example: Using "script.exe /silent" will run without any user intervention?

Any help is appreciated !!!!!

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JohnOne

If $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then....

$CmdLine array hold the values of any parameters passed to your script (I think)

So you do what you want with them.

If its your own creation you can have it run however you want cant you.


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sliceofpie

Thank you JohnOne! Now I know where to start Posted Image

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C45Y

make sure you run a check on [if $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then....]

i was writing an app that takes command line switched not long ago n just glossed over this step...

was fun explainging the error messages to colleagues..."umm i got lazy and it was late"

just an fyi kinda thing ;)


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sliceofpie

What do you mean by:

make sure you run a check on [if $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then....]

In my example I put:

If $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then _run_with_switch()


Func _run_with_switch()
  MsgBox(0, "", "This is running with a command line switch")
  Exit
EndFunc

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sliceofpie

Oh I see. Thanks to both of you'z Posted Image

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