Hi, I have got to the section on command line arguments on my online textbook. All the information I can find on it seems to assume that I know how to put command lines into my program but I don't have a clue :$
Can anyone help?
command line arguments are entered into your program via main() function. it has two optional arguments int main(int argc, char* argv) argc == number of arguments and always > 0 because the name of the program is 1
argv == array of characters that contain the strings that you put on the command line, separated by spaces or tabs. argv is always the name of the program.
So if you typed this on the command line your program would bet four arguments c:>myprog one two three <Enter> argv = "myprog"
argv = "one"
What compiler do you use? Most compilers with an attached IDE have a place where you can put command line arguments. Visual C++ 2005 for example has it in the project properties under the debugging configuration.
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