Category : command-line-arguments

I have created a command entry in the registry to add an item to the context menu when the user right-clicks on a folder. Here is exactly what it looks like. "C:Program FilesDirectory SwitcherDirectorySwitcher.exe" "%V" "2021.0" The executable expects two arguments, the working directory, and a second-string. Both the path and the string might have ..

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I know that I can make VSCode prompt me for command-line arguments when launching a program under the debugger by specifying something like this in launch.json: { "configurations": [ { "name": "(gdb) Launch MyApp", "type": "cppdbg", "program": "MyApp", "args": [ "${input:arg}" ], } ], "inputs": [ { "type": "promptString", "id": "arg", "description": "Enter argument", "default": ..

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We have 2 ways to open a file with an application: Double-click on a file in the explorer. Windows explorer will search for its extension in the registry, find the default application command line (CLI) format string, substitute the "%1" argument with the file’s path, and finally run the CLI. Directly call the application in ..

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