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Old 11-24-2011, 10:16 AM   #1
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Red face a.out command arguments

Can anyone tell me what to give while running this program?

./a.out ..........?

what will come as command line argument?

Please anyone help me....
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Originally Posted by shariefbe View Post
Can anyone tell me what to give while running this program?

./a.out ..........?

what will come as command line argument?

Please anyone help me....
Please don't post in unrelated threads (especially since this one is several years old). I've asked the moderators to split your post into its own thread.

As far as your question is concerned, it's pretty impossible for us to tell you which command line arguments that program accepts, as we don't know what it does. a.out is the default executable file name when you compile using the GNU compilers.

Perhaps you'd like to give more information about your problem?


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