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Hello peeps, can any one please give an example of passing an array[1D] to another script, then read and display it. Thanks :)

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1 hour ago, Hanukka said:

Hello peeps

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Hallo @Hanukka,

For starters: Why did you think the Examples forum would be the right forum to post your question after you read the forum purpose?



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:P ...thanks for moving it to the right category @jos....I am new to this forum n b4 posting the question i found only 2 available options (for i guess the forum select) and the rest were greyed out...i just chose randomly. Also i dont know anything bout forum propose

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@coffeeturtle..Thanks but I actually wanted to know if there was any way of doing this via cmd. Also i dont know about flat files but I could do it using the normal text file. But it is not as efficient as the cmd way. There is a method to pass normal variables using cmd, but i couldn't find one for arrays. :(

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