[chuck-users] Really basic question
dchapiro at gmail.com
Thu Sep 18 19:00:09 EDT 2014
In the terminal you enter all the args with colon separators. In your example, you'd do: %> chuck fooprint.ck:25
Within your code, use me.args() to get the arg count, and me.arg(i) to get each arg (starting at i=0).
(BTW, somewhere in the documentations it says to use me.numArgs() to get the arg cnt, but that doesn't seem to work.)
On Sep 18, 2014, at 3:29 PM, Philipp Blume wrote:
> I'd like to call a .ck program from the Mac OSX Terminal command line, and feed values to variables in the given program.
> For example, here's my program 'fooprint.ck':
> =begin program
> <<< foo >>> ;
> =end program
> So on the command line I'd like to write
> &> chuck fooprint.ck --foo=25
> or whatever.
> What do I add to the program, and/or what do I add to the command to make this happen?
> Philipp Blume
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