Re: Accessing the commandline (argc & argv)

From: Bob Walkden <"Bob>
Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2000 17:46:57 GMT

Hi Bernhard,

after I sent it to you I realised it might not be what you were after. This
reads stdin rather than the command line and is intended for cgi

Are you simply trying to get at the parameters that were passed to your
program? In this case I have used WinApi.GetCommandLine. I don't have a
source here which uses it, but it is fairly simple to figure out what to do.

Hope that helps,


----Original Message Follows----
From: "Treutwein; Bernhard" <Bernhard.Treutwein{([at]})nowhere.xy
To: "Bob Walkden" <bwalkden{([at]})nowhere.xy
Subject: Re: Accessing the commandline (argc & argv)
Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2000 15:25:45 +0200

  Hi Bob,

thanks for:
> try this. It is based on replies I received to the same question a few
> months ago (sorry, can't remember the respondent's name to attribute it
> properly).
I did not (yet) try it out, but I'm a bit puzzled if Console.Read
does return the stuff on the command line, that was the
case, e.g. for Logitech's Modula libary, but ... ?

     Bernhard Treutwein Tel. 089/2180-2774

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