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Powerful and simple command line parsing in C#

, 15 Aug 2007
A tutorial describing a library for a powerful, yet simple command line argument parsing in C# and .NET

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Peter Palotas

Sweden Sweden
I started programming BASIC on the C-64 in the late 80's and have been hooked since then. Later moved on to the PC, assembler and then C++ which became my language of choice. Have worked sporadically with many other languages as well, but none which I quite enjoyed, until I recently discovered C# which is now my language of choice. Smile | :)
 
I am a student of Computing Science at Göteborg University in Sweden, currently working on my master thesis project, which is a software project written in C++.
 
On my spare time I enjoy cycling and Shorinji Kempo (a Japanese martial arts form).

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