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Old 04-16-2007, 01:01 AM   #1
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LXer: Parsing Options in Shell, Perl and C

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I was originally going to call it parse this but thought better of it. Deciding upon and implementing command line options, arguments and flags can be a real bear. There exist a lot of tools to help out programmers, although some of them may be a bit heavy handed; solution - roll your own when possible. In this text a look at short and long opt parsing options with limited examples. I would have gone more in depth, however, the possibilities are so endless (especially in shellcode and Perl) that I chose some small examples.



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