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I'm trying to use several command line parameters and I don't know how to. I've tried several things (yes, I've read the helpfile)

ShellExecute("Test.exe", "Test1", @ScriptDir)

Then it becomes two parameters, is that how I correctly use several parameters? Just want to check if there is another way besides a space.


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space seems good.


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I agree with Mega.

Spaces separate parameters. A parameter that contains spaces needs quotes to group it as one parameter.

ShellExecute('Test.exe', 'Command1 Command2 "This is Command3"', @ScriptDir)


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