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Hello again!

I was wondering if I can pass arguments to my script via a switch on the exe I compile?

ie:

CODE

$ANSWER=1

If x not null then

$ANSWER = x

end if

SCRIPT.EXE -5

Can I pass the switch (-5) to the script (to equal x in this case)?

Thanks!

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Hi..

Passing an argument to the script is not the problem.

If you look in the helpfile for: $CmdLine .. its an array with all arguments in it..

you use it like:

if $CmdLine[0]= 0 Then                         ;if there is no argument
FileWriteLine($file,"Error: no .ini file found");write error 
Exit(1)                                                  ;and exit
else                                                         ;else
$inifile=$CmdLine[1]                                 ;save first argument in variable
EndIf

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Hi..

Passing an argument to the script is not the problem.

If you look in the helpfile for: $CmdLine .. its an array with all arguments in it..

you use it like:

if $CmdLine[0]= 0 Then                          ;if there is no argument
FileWriteLine($file,"Error: no .ini file found");write error 
Exit(1)                                                    ;and exit
else                                                        ;else
$inifile=$CmdLine[1]                                ;save first argument in variable
EndIf

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Thank you very much.

if $CmdLine[0] = 0 then
    $ANSWER = 1 else
    $ANSWER = $CmdLine[1]
end if

Very good!

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