16.2. General-Purpose Scripting
This topic explains how to solve generic programming tasks using Mozilla.
16.2.1. Command-Line Arguments
When the Mozilla Platform is started up via the command line, it remembers the command-line arguments passed in. On Microsoft Windows, the platform does not remember the command-line arguments used to start up further windows that are managed by the same running instance.
To access the command-line arguments, use this component and interface:
The nsICmdLineService exposes argc, the count of arguments, but not argv, the list of strings making up the arguments. The argc count is the number of argument-value pairs, not the number of whitespace-separated ...