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Command LIne Arguments

 
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hi,


How to change command line argument delimiter spacer instead of any other delimiters?

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i don't know about source code change is possible.
i think that is not possible.

why don't you add all command line arguments to a single string and then split that string with the desired delimiter.

 
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hi sidheer,

Thanks for your reply. now am working java trainee in one mnc company. so that commandline arguments program concept is my task .my team leader told not gave a string input.


thanks for reply...
with regards,
sasikumar..
 
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The parsing of all command line arguments into the String[] is done by the shell (Command Prompt for Windows). You would need to change that in order to do what you want, but as far as I know that's not possible in Windows, and at the very least tricky on UNIX / Linux.

Sudheer's workaround would work - you turn all the separate command line arguments into one large argument (by quoting it; don't forget to escape any existing quotes). This will then be sent to the JVM as a single-element String[] to the main method. You can then do with it whatever you want.
 
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