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OptionParser--Parsing Command-line Options the Ruby Way
Ruby comes equipped with a powerful and flexible tool to parse command-line options, OptionParser. The class is an alternative to GetoptLong for analyzing ...
Command-line Options--Long Form and Short ... - Ruby - About.com
There are two forms of command-line options: long form and short form. Both long and short form options take arguments, each a little differently.
Use OptionParser to Parse Commands in Ruby - About.com
Using OptionParser to parse command line options is a preferable alternative to GetoptLong or looking through ARGV manually. But how do you use it?
Shutdown Command (Examples, Options, Switches, & More)
... Tech · PC Support . . . Command Line Reference · S ... The /i switch must be the first switch shown and all other options will be ignored. /l = This option will ...
Linux Quake How-To - 2.2 Command Line Options
Command Line Options are extra parameters that are typed on the Linux command line following the program's name. Quake has a large number of them, some ...
wget - Linux Command - Unix Command
-h: --help: Print a help message describing all of Wget's command-line options. -b : --background: Go to background immediately after startup. If no output file is ...
unzip - Linux Command - Unix Command
This option need not appear at the end of the command line; it is also accepted before the zipfile specification (with the normal options), immediately after the ...
ps - Linux Command - Unix Command
COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS. This version of ps accepts several kinds of options. Unix98 options may be grouped and must be preceeded by a dash.
Format Command (Examples, Options, Switches, & More)
Options for revision include 2.50, 2.01, 2.00, 1.50, and 1.02. If no revision is specified, 2.01 is ... What is a Command Line Interpreter? What is the Command  ...
top - Linux Command - Unix Command
COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS. -d: Specifies the delay between screen updates. You can change this with the s interactive command. -p: Monitor only processes ...
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