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Posts Tagged ‘command line’

Windows Forms – Passing Parameters at Runtime

misc_vol4_028 I received the following question over the weekend:

I’ve made a C# form application and I need to send a report name at runtime. How do I add an incoming parameter to the command line? Such as “crFORM.exe Shipform.rpt”

I have to assume the question relates more to how to retrieve the parameter in the code than how to pass it because the example shows how we’d pass it.

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Two Time-saving VS Command Line Parameters

E02D0021 I realize that many of my readers load one project at the beginning of the day and continue to work on only that project.  You guys won’t benefit as much from this tip as those of us who switch between multiple projects in a day.  But you will benefit.

My development life has me currently working for two separate clients that require the use of Visual Studio.  I’m in the mist of integrating changes from two different versions (branch and merge operation) into one of the branches.  This alone has me opening and closing three different projects.  Another client might have me work on a bug fix at one time and the main project of the month at another.

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