[erlang-questions] Re: how do I get the actual list of arguments passed to an escript?

Roberto Ostinelli roberto@REDACTED
Mon Apr 4 15:41:28 CEST 2011

>   ~ >./args one two "three  and four are one argument"
>  Args=["one","two","three","and","four","are","one","argument"]
> The escript manpage (e.g. http://www.erlang.org/doc/man/escript.html)
> claims
>  the main/1 function will be called with a list of strings
>  representing the arguments given to the script (not changed or
>  interpreted in any way).
> which is why I was expecting
>  Args=["one","two","three  and four are one argument"]
> How can I get the arguments without Erlang changing and interpreting them?
> Matt

./args one two 'three and four are one argument'

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