Thread: configuration file

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    configuration file

    Hello guys

    I have implemented a small piece of software that acts like an expert system. it consists of five basic functions with only if statement in each function to determine my condition.

    Now I want to make it more flexible by exporting my expert system's rules (functions) into a configuration file so the user can decide what rules to execute and what to not at run time.

    I really appreciate you help and suggestions
    Last edited by mick3339; 08-02-2010 at 12:08 AM.

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    Just a contrarian point of view, but consider making your options part of a menu system. That menu (or even menu program) would then call either the correct series of functions, , print out the right options so they can be copied, or even call the right version of the program.

    Command line options and etc., are only good for a few common options. Once you get past the most obvious and common options, the rest are a pita to work with.

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