Does anyone have a modern, up to date, example on how to read command line args with a /K/M switch? As in: argTemplate="PATH/K/M,ICONIFY/S"; I guess the use of the PATH is optional. My code works just fine for PATH/K, but throw in the /M and all the text is garbled. I imagine there is a sub-array for the /M items??? And how is arg 0 the name of the program?
Sun, 2015-07-19 05:53#1
Command line args /K/M