Specifying Command Line Arguments Using Visual Studio 2008

Finally, let me point out that Visual Studio 2008 does allow you to specify incoming command-line arguments, which can be very helpful when testing and debugging your application. Rather than having to run your application at a command line to feed in arguments manually, you can explicitly specify arguments using the Debug tab of the My Project dialog box, shown in Figure 3-4 (note the Command line arguments text area).

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