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Using the main() function's arguments

Using the main() function's arguments: C Essential Training
Using the main() function's arguments: C Essential Training

The main() function in all C programs has a return value, but it can also sport two arguments, which relay details typed at the command prompt or specified in a GUI. To use the main() function's arguments you must know what they represent and what they reveal about any command-line options the program may require.

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