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Command Line arguments in Visual Basic

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Hi Guys
Can anyone help with an example for using command line arguments with applications developed in Visual Basic please ?

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Suhaib
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Ryan Chong earned 120 total points
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Try:

in the form_load event

Dim cmdline as string

cmdline = Command()

msgbox cmdline
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by:eamonk
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Hi,
Try searching the PSC website - its full of stuff like that.

www.planetsourcecode.com

EamonK.
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