Comment on Tutorial - Using command-line arguments in C++ By Lakshmi



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Comment Added at : 2010-02-22 09:32:54

Comment on Tutorial : Using command-line arguments in C++ By Lakshmi
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argc simply means the argument count.

Thanks for the explanation on command line arguments. It provided me with a better understanding of its purpose.


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