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Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hi Expert,

Just a simaple question

  Dim cmdLine As String
  cmdLine = Command()

Could you please brief explain the purpose for this code?

Thanks
kchoed
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by:anv
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command()
'returns the argument portion of the command line..
so cmdline is storing that
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mladenovicz earned 50 total points
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When you try to call your vb app from commandline for example

ApplicationName Parameters


Command will contain Parameters

MyProject C:\Test

Command = C:\Test
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