Argh, I couldn't find a simple example on the web. So, without further ado:
if ParamCount > 0
then for index := 1 to ParamCount do
Salute( ParamStr( index ) )
Write( 'What is your name? ' );
ReadLn( name );
Salute( name )
procedure Salute( name: string );
WriteLn( 'Hello ', name, '!' )
Hope this helps. :)
Example use: D:\prog\delphi\hello> [b]hello[/b]What is your name? [b]Johnny Five[/b]Hello Johnny Five!D:\prog\delphi\hello> [b]hello Jacob "Mary Ann"[/b]Hello Jacob!Hello Mary Ann!
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