Command returns the previous DOS commandline parameters

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You can set your own command line parameters for a program and use the ones passed.

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Thanks for NOT posting an example. In other words, it's... on Jan 5
 * It is just a holdout from the good old DOS days. on Jan 5
 Let's say that you wrote a BASIC compiler is BASICqbguy on Jan 5
  *You just HAD to mention QB64............ on Jan 5
 Here's your exampleqbguy on Jan 5
  And false would be (QB 7.1 only)qbguy on Jan 5
  * You just HAD to mention Linus............ on Jan 5
   LinuxAnonymous on Jan 5
 An example (sans code) on Jan 5
 Commandline parameters via COMMAND$ functionMoneo on Jan 5
  not just DOS on Jan 7
   *Yes, and so do winword and iexplore and most other programs on Jan 9
 ?Lisztfr on Jan 6
  Reading commandline parameters without using COMMAND$Moneo on Jan 6
   Re: Reading commandline parameters without using COMMAND$ on Jan 7
    Re: Reading commandline parameters without using COMMAND$Moneo on Jan 7
     some explanation. on Jan 8
      * HOORAY for Zip! Why not just post your own idea? on Jan 8
      * Kewbie, not TheBOB on Jan 12
Yes it does work on XPqbguy on Jan 5
 * I recall having problems . Oh wait, that was in QB1.1 ! on Jan 5
  *qbasic 1.1 doesn't have command$ on Jan 7
   *That's because COMMAND$ doesn't work unless it's an EXE.Solitaire on Jan 8

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