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 PARAM_NUMBER, PARAM_VALUE$(N)

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PostSubject: PARAM_NUMBER, PARAM_VALUE$(N)   Wed Dec 05, 2007 11:41 pm

You can download a new version of PANORAMIC_IDE and PANORAMIC_EDITOR which can use parameters passed to an executable.

PARAM_NUMBER returns the number of parameters passed to the application when it is called.
PARAM_VALUE$(N) returns the Nth parameter passed to the application when it is called.

When you have created an application, you can call it with parameters. The application can now use these parameters.

Example:
you create myprog.exe
you call it with parameters:
Code:
myprog.exe myname abc35 90
In the application, PARAM_NUMBER will give 3 which is the number of parameters, and PARAM_VALUE$(2) will give "abc35" because it is the second parameter.
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