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Spaces between parameters are annoying

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knight666

Hi.

I'm still making an IRC bot, and I've run into an annoying problem.

When I have the function WinampPlaylist, it gives four arguments:

ShellExecute(@AutoItExe, /AutoIt3ExecuteScript addonWinampPlaylist.au3 <channel> <nickname> <number> <playlist to open>)

But, if the play list is "D:\Program Files\Winamp\musica.m3u" for instance, it tries to open "D:\Program (no end bracket).

I can help this by adding $CmdLine[5] to [7] onto [4], but I will probably need more than 4 arguments at some point. :)

Is there any way to ignore the spaces?

Otherwise I'll have to convert spaces to %20 and back again. :\

Thanks in advance.

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NELyon

Hi.

I'm still making an IRC bot, and I've run into an annoying problem.

When I have the function WinampPlaylist, it gives four arguments:

ShellExecute(@AutoItExe, /AutoIt3ExecuteScript addonWinampPlaylist.au3 <channel> <nickname> <number> <playlist to open>)

But, if the play list is "D:\Program Files\Winamp\musica.m3u" for instance, it tries to open "D:\Program (no end bracket).

I can help this by adding $CmdLine[5] to [7] onto [4], but I will probably need more than 4 arguments at some point. :)

Is there any way to ignore the spaces?

Otherwise I'll have to convert spaces to %20 and back again. :\

Thanks in advance.

It works fine if you pass the argument between double quotes

It treats it as one argument :)

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