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Get Command Line Options

Posted on 2000-04-01
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How could I get commandline options for example if I was to run my program like this

project.exe /a /s

how could I get the /a and /s?
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by:Motaz
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ParamStr(1) and ParamStr(2)

If you want to know the number of passed parameters use ParamCount

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If you want to display all parameters in a memo do this:

- Drop a Memo
- Drop a Button and write this code in it's OnClick event:

var
  i: Integer;
begin
  Memo1.Clear;
  for i:= 1 to ParamCount do
   Memo1.Lines.Add(ParamStr(i));
end;

Motaz
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