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Command Line Parameters questions

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hi guy  , i have  alittle  quetions  about   command line parameter

i  have  2  script   the  second  is compiled  and   i  insert  inside   some   $CmdLine[19] .   i saw   when   first script   send  at   $CmdLine[19]  the  string   with  space  (example:  street 14  av.), subdivide the string (in example case ) in 3 part  , and  the  result  is   $CmdLine[19] =  only:   street and  14   and  ave  put in another  $CmdLine[20],  $CmdLine[21] (if exist of course)

how is possible prevent this  problem ??

i tryed  also insert  quoting ""  or ascicode for space  but nothing

if  someone have  idea is  WELCOME  :)

thankz at all

 

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According to th help file: "If you're passing strings with spaces, then you will need to escape these using "double quotes" in your commandline string."

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thanks  so much  :)

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