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Description

 

Returns the value specified at "CommandNumber" position in script command line.

 

Syntax

 

s = OS_GetCommand(CommandNumber)

 

Returns

 

String.

 

Parameters

 

Name

Type

Optional

Meaning

CommandNumber

Numeric

No

The command option number you want return

 

Remarks

 

At position 0 there is always the full command line

At position 1 there is always the full path of the script file

Real commands start at position 2

 

Restrictions

 

Any of the following chars are used as default command separators: " =- (double quote, space, equal, minus).

Use OS_CommandsSetSep function to set a different set of chars.

 

See also

 

OS_GetCommand

 

Examples

 

USES "Console"

USES "OS"

 

Dim NumberOfCommands As Long

Dim Count             As Long

 

'---Returns the number of commands specified

NumberOfCommands = OS_GetCommands

 

'---Some header

Console_Write("The following are the passed parameters (param 1 is always script name):" & $CRLF)

Console_Write(Repeat$(79, "-") & $CRLF)

 

'---Show all parameters

For Count = 0 To NumberOfCommands

console_Write( Format$(Count, "00") & " " & OS_GetCommand(Count) & $CRLF)

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