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Hey all,

I want to run a program called "iphuc" and excute this command "-qo enterrecovery" in windows cmd. I do it manually by writing "iphuc -qo enterrecovery". But please i want it in QT with a cross platform code
please help.
Thanks in advance.
Posted 24-Jan-11 8:35am
Updated 24-Jan-11 11:03am
Christian Graus 24-Jan-11 17:43pm
Do you though ?

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Solution 1

You can create a QApplication object and pass it the arguments. Then you can get them using the arguments() function.
Seif Hatem 25-Jan-11 3:37am
Can you give ma a simple sample code for it because i've already tried it but no success
XTAL256 27-Jan-11 18:54pm
It should just be as simple as:

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
QApplication app(argc, argv);

QStringList theArgs = QApplication::arguments();
// Do stuff with args

What exactly do you want to do with the arguments?

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