If you are used to command-line apps, passing arguments to other apps is a very common task. Yes, you can manually parse those values, but once you have multiple parameters it can be a very error-prone code (which is mostly boilerplate anyway). This seems like a problem that someone else might have fixed already, right? So of course we can find a NuGet library that helps us parse these arguments.
Source: Command Line Parser on .NET5 | Windows Dev
You know the feeling. You need a specific input from your command line, but you can’t find something lightweight that does the job. Hence, the FDC.CommandLine was born.
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You can use – / or + as a switch, and use : or = as a flag for parameters.
You can use single and double quotes to be able to parse parameters that contain spaces and quotes.
/quoteoftheday:”This is a ‘quoted’ parameter”
It also supports lists of parameters.
/inputfiles:(file1.txt , “file with space.txt”)
Take a look at the TestFDCCommandLine.dpr for more examples of how it works.
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