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How to find the command line arguments a program

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Posted 23 November 2006 - 10:53 PM

A new tutorial titled How to find the command line arguments a program was added by Bleeping Computer. Please use this topic to discuss any aspect of this tutorial.

A brief excerpt of the tutorial can be found here:

When examining processes running on your computer it is sometimes handy to be
able to see what command line arguments they were started with. Whether it be
a unknown file, the programs that usually run, or a program that you are developing,
this information can come in handy when analyzing processes. The guide below
will explain how to show the command line for running processes. To accomplish
this, we use the Process Explorer utility created by Sysinternals.

We hope you find this tutorial helpful.

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