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Thread: Multi-Valued Command Line Arguments

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    Question Multi-Valued Command Line Arguments

    Hello friends,

    I got a query about passing multi valued command line arguments.
    I'll give the arguments to be passed for clear understanding of the question

    arguments are as follows:

    1)parameter 1
    2)parameter 2
    3)parameter 3
    4)parameter 4 which actually consists of values as follows: (multi-valued)
    Column1 Column2 Column3 Column4 Column5
    2 Y Some value 3 N
    1 N Null 4 Y
    3 N Null 1 Y
    4 Y Some value 2 N
    so i am looking for ways to handle such arguments from command line,
    any suggestion and help is appreciated.

    Thanks
    Joe


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    Default Re: Multi-Valued Command Line Arguments

    From the main method parameters:
    args[0] = parameter1
    args[1] = parameter2
    args[2] = parameter3
    args[3] = parameter4-column1
    args[4] = parameter4-column2
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