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Param.NET - An Automated Command-line Parameter Parser

, 19 Oct 2005 CPOL
A library that allows developers to specify the parameters that they expect to receive from the command line and provides an easier way to access them
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
		<section name="parameters" type="Params.ParamConfigurationSectionHandler,Param.NET" allowLocation="false"/>
	<parameters autoGenerateParams="false" defaultIsOptional="false" shortControlString="-" longControlString="--" attribChars="= ">
		<param longName="param-a" shortName="a" type="float" description="The coeficient of x^2 in the second degree equation."></param>
		<param longName="param-b" shortName="b" type="float" description="The coeficient of x in the second degree equation."></param>
		<param longName="param-c" shortName="c" type="float" description="The free coeficient in the second degree equation."></param>
		<param longName="verbose" shortName="v" type="bool" isOptional="true" defaultValue="true" description="Shows details about the algorithm.">false</param>
		<param longName="complex" shortName="C" type="bool" isOptional="true" defaultValue="true" description="Show complex solution too.">false</param>

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