Chapter 4. Working with Arrays
Before You Begin
To work through the material presented in this chapter, you need to be familiar with the following concepts from earlier chapters:
The For Each command
The Do Until command
The For...Next command
After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Use command-line arguments to control code execution at run time
Use a text file in place of arguments to run a program against multiple machines
Create a useful error message when arguments are missing
Use named arguments to control the way multiple arguments are processed
Create an array to supply multiple values to a single variable
Passing arguments might sound like a technique to help people get along, but in reality it’s a way to get additional ...
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