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BASH: Script Input Flags

Hi. Im wondering if there is a way to use flags when starting a script.
Something like this.

[CODE]Script -a -b 10[/CODE]

Right now Ive got something like this.

[CODE]
while getopts ab AA
do case $AA in
a) var="value"
;;
esac
done
[/CODE]

So with that code I can only use flags ( -a -b ). Can I do the -b 10 so it will store say varB=10?


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