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I am attempting to create a command line exe with parameters. I am successful in creating the exe with working parameters at the command line, but how do I accept input from the user if I console write questions like "Please Confirm (Y/N)"?

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See Command Line Parameters - $CmdLine[0] and $CmdLine[1] ....

and ConsoleRead - $data = ConsoleRead()


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I am attempting to create a command line exe with parameters. I am successful in creating the exe with working parameters at the command line, but how do I accept input from the user if I console write questions like "Please Confirm (Y/N)"?

Also see this simple solution: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...st&p=571658

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Yeah holy shit. I tried to figure this out months ago... probably even a year and no one had an answer. Where were you then?

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@ResNullius

I am sorry I didn't reply earlier. This was the help I was looking for. It works great. Thanks

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@ResNullius

I am sorry I didn't reply earlier. This was the help I was looking for. It works great. Thanks

No problem. Glad to share the gems when I find them :D

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