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if there is info in the help file point me to the section plz...

if not i need to do like this

myscript.exe -2

but what code in my script looks for that -2 ?

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Something to study:

; retrieve commandline parameters
Dim $Batch = 0
Dim $install = 0
Dim $Server = ""
Dim $V_Arg = "Valid Arguments are:" & @LF
    $V_Arg &= "    /batch   - don't prompt for anything.. fail is something is missing." & @LF
    $V_Arg &= "    /install - Install the Client and Update Registry." & @LF
    $V_Arg &= "    /s NAME  - Target Server." & @LF
For $x = 1 to $CmdLine[0]
        Case $CmdLine[$x] = "/batch"
            $Batch = 1
        Case $CmdLine[$x] = "/install"
            $install = 1
        Case $CmdLine[$x] = "/s"
            $x = $x + 1
            $Server = $CmdLine[$x]
        Case Else
            MsgBox( 1, "Demo", "Wrong commandline argument: " & $CmdLine[$x] & @LF & $v_Arg)


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Using autoIt >> Command Line Parameters.

Hint: $CmdLine


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