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$cmdline syntax error

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I found this code somewhere in this forum...

I think this code will allow your scripts to add a command line parameters

If $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then                                     ;Select $cmdline[1]
     Select $CmdLine[1] ; ERROR Line: 2 Syntax Error  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
          Case "/function1"
               _Function1()
          Case "/function2"
               _Function2()
     EndSelect
EndIf

i am having problems @ the $cmdline[1] I dont know if I am missing something... but I just want to add my script some command line arguments...

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As you writed script, use Switch instead of Select.


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Your Select statement is wrong. Please have a look at the helpfile or use Switch.


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thank you wakillon it worked! :huh2:

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thank you wakillon it worked! :huh2:

Or like this...

If $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then
    Select
        Case $CmdLine[1] = "/function1"
            _Function1()
        Case $CmdLine[1] = "/function2"
            _Function2()
    EndSelect
EndIf

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