Hi..
How can i use the commandline arguments in Visual Basic 6?
I want to pass multipule arguments of different datatypes.

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Use the Command() Function.

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Use the Command() Function.

What exactly is it that you want to achieve? If the above was what you were looking for, great, please mark as solved then, thanx.

I want to pass multipule arguments of different datatypes.

Everything is identified as a string in VB6 with the Command() command.

It's the responsibiilty of the programmer to test and categorize the string data to determine if it can be classified as numeric: e.g. textvb6.exe seven 6 horses could be run on the command line. You would have three string values: seven, 6, and horses. Only "6" would test out as numeric using the IsNum() function.

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