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I want to give a VB.NET a command line argument but it is not a console application.  I need it to be a regular Windows Application that accepts a single flag so that it knows to kick off something automatically before even loading.  I've searched for a while on Google and every result is for a console application.  Am I just missing something?
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Use Environment.CommandLine Property to get command line from any place in the program.
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