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Display text command line arguments in GUI

marl24marl24 Posts: 20Member
Hi, I need to create a VB6 program which I can display the command-line arguments in a GUI which also creates a textbox for each text arguments or specify a line in which the text args should be placed. I need also be able to call the VB6 program without creating another instance and it should only update the GUI.

Kindly help.

thanks in advance.

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  • pseudocoderpseudocoder Posts: 673Member ✭✭
    The Command keyword would contain any arguments with each argument separated by a space.

    dim s as variant
    s = split(Command, " ")

    For testing, you can spoof command line arguments by clicking on the project menu, scroll down to and click properties, click on the make tab, and fill in some args within the command line arguments text box.

    Hope that helps


    Is it me or is this board horribly broken now? Double postings, timeouts, nonsensical page elements. Just use HTML... things would be a whole lot better. :)
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