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Where to give OSX app's command line parameter in Xcode 4.6

hi Xcode developers

just a quick question.

i am writing a small OS X command-line app using Xcode 4.6. i am able to see the command line output in Debug Area, but without going to run the final executable in a terminal window, where to give the parameters in order to test the app within IDE?

i just can't find the place to input the parameters string.

thanks in advance.
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Use "Edit Schema. There is Arguments Tab, where you can add the parameters you need.
Running Your Application with Arguments
Edit SchemaArguments
bbaoIT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
thanks for that pgnatyuk.

i notice there is a keyboard shortcut (¿<) for going to the option hidden deeply in the menus and sub-menus. do you know is there a tool bar or button to do the same thing from the IDE screen?

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