User Tools

Site Tools

Navigation:  Language Reference > 13 - Built-in Functions >====== SETCOMMAND (set command line parameters) ====== Previous pageReturn to chapter overviewNext page



SETCOMMAND Internally sets command line parameters.
commandline A string constant, variable, or expression containing the new command line parameters.

SETCOMMAND allows the program to internally specify command line parameters that may be read by the COMMAND procedure. SETCOMMAND overwrites any previous command line flag of the same value. To turn off a leading slash flag, append an equal sign (=) to it in the commandline.

SETCOMMAND may not be used to set system level switches which must be specified when the program is loaded. The temporary files directory switch (CLATMP=) may be set with SETCOMMAND.


SETCOMMAND(' /N')    !Add /N parameter

SETCOMMAND(' /N=')   !Turn off /N parameter

See Also:


setcommand_set_command_line_parameters_.htm.txt · Last modified: 2021/04/15 15:57 by