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Simple syntax one..here!

Posted on 1998-11-02
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I have left my books at home and have forgotten how the syntax looks for passing a program parameters from the command line.
E.G. int main(argc something, argv something[])
Can you help?
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Question by:martincollis
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Ant031898 earned 30 total points
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The syntax is:
int main(int argc,char* argv[]) {
}
hope that helps
Cheers
Ant
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I know its a simple problem, but thanks all the same.
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