Thread: URGENT!!!!9 hours left!!!

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    Arrow URGENT!!!!9 hours left!!!

    I have a program in which main takes a file as an argument.
    I want to execute my program in Visual Studio(C++).
    But I couldn't fix how I can execute the program with an argument.


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    If u want to pass Arguments to debug ur App, go to Project-Settings and choose the Tab "Debug". There is an Edit-Box for Arguments to pass.

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    This is not what the board is for

    I'm sorry emiyca but this is exactly what the board is not for. This is addressed the Guildlines announcements at the top of the forum (Announcement).

    A post like this I can assure you will not be answered by 95% of posters on this board. If you can be more specific and say exactly where you think you are going wrong, or atleast what you've done, then people will be much more willing to help. People see a post like this as saying: Do my homework for me! And they won't do it. Be more specific (and show that you've actually tried to do your work) and I'm sure someone will gladly help you.

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