Command Line Arguments in C
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- March 26, 2019 at 10:30 am #55049
1) Command line argument is an important concept in C programming.
2) It is generally utilized when you have to control your program from outside.
3) The arguments which we pass to the main() function while completing the program are called as command line arguments.
4) The parameters are always strings held in the second argument of the function which is an array of character pointers.
5) The first argument represents the count of arguments and updated automatically by the operating system.
6) Command line argument is a parameter provided to the program when it is requested.
7) Command line arguments are passed to the main() method.
Syntax: int main(int argc, char *argv)
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