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Powershell accessing command line arguments


Powershell accessing command line arguments

By : Dongsoo Lim
Date : November 22 2020, 03:01 PM
With these it helps The else on the last comparison is tripping you up.
Since three doesn't match 'four', it's hitting the else, and sending you to .two.
code :
param(
    [array] $ComputerName
)

ForEach ($Computer in $ComputerName) {
    switch ($computer) { 
        'one' {
            $Computer = "server.one"
            Write-Output "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
            $Command = "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
        }
        'two' {
            $Computer = "server.TWO"
            Write-Output "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
            $Command = "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
        }
        'three' {
            $Computer = "server.three"
            Write-Output "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
            $Command = "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
        }
        'four' {
            $Computer = "server.four"
            Write-Output "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
            $Command = "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@$Computer -pw pizza"
        }
        default {
            Write-Output "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@server.TWO -pw pizza"
            $Command = "c:\Working\Kitty.exe -load `"capser profile`" -ssh capser@server.TWO -pw pizza"
        }
    }
}


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Getting size of command line arguments/accessing individual characters in command line arguments

Getting size of command line arguments/accessing individual characters in command line arguments


By : Jack Junior
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Thank you in advance for reading this, , In this statement
code :
if (&argv[1][i] != "\0") Size++;
if ( argv[1][i] != '\0' ) Size++;
size_t Size = std::strlen( argv[1] );
size_t Size = 0;
while( argv[1][Size] )
{
    cout << "Doing " << &argv[1][Size] << endl;
    ++Size;
}
Running a powershell command using full path and arguments from command line

Running a powershell command using full path and arguments from command line


By : user3078420
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue As an aside: The quoting-related part of the problem could have been avoided by using environment variable $env:ProgramFiles instead of literal "C:\Program Files\..." in the script path, which would have simplified the command to:
powershell "& $env:ProgramFiles\Folder\file.ps1 -verbose:$True -restart"
code :
powershell -File "C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1" -Verbose -Restart
powershell -Command "& 'C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1' -Verbose:$true -Restart"
powershell
"C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1 -verbose:$True -restart"
rem # !! Still doesn't work
powershell ^& "C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1 -verbose:$True -restart"
& C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1 -verbose:$True -restart
powershell -Command "& 'C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1' -Verbose:$true -Restart"
rem # Works, but generally less robust than the above.
powershell -Command ^& 'C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1' -Verbose:$true -Restart
powershell -Command "& \"C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1\" -Verbose:$true -Restart"
rem # The most robust form in Windows PowerShell.
rem # Still subject to whitespace normalization in PowerShell Core.
powershell -Command "& "^""C:\Program Files\Folder\file.ps1"^"" -Verbose:$true -Restart"
command line arguments in Powershell

command line arguments in Powershell


By : Kim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps So the problem is, that when I run my basic script that simply mirrors whats is passed in on the command line, the arguments aren't separated in the way I would expect them to be. , You need to wrap the variable into $(..) like this:
accessing command-line arguments with gdb

accessing command-line arguments with gdb


By : soubhik sen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Yep, your problem is the lack of symbols, not included at compilation time.
To compile with debugging information:
Accessing command-line arguments in ASM (Win 7)

Accessing command-line arguments in ASM (Win 7)


By : Beuvema
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Use GetCommandLine().
According to this, the real startup function (WinMainCRTSTartup in GUI programs, mainCRTSTartup in console ones) doesn't receive any arguments from the caller. The command line that's eventually passed to main/WinMain is being retrieved via GetCommandLine() within the RTL's implementation of xxxCRTStartup.
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