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commandline parameters while debugging

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Hello everyone,

Could someone help me out?  How/where can i set my command line parameters while debugging?
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goto project settings in the debug tab , write the command line parameters in the Program arguments edit box.
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by:3Mann
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yup... thanks...
too late someone already answered...
i was gonna delete the question.... =)
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direct to the question...!!! :)
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