C Programming - Command Line Arguments - Discussion

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What do the 'c' and 'v' in argv stands for?

[A]. 'c' means argument control 'v' means argument vector
[B]. 'c' means argument count 'v' means argument vertex
[C]. 'c' means argument count 'v' means argument vector
[D]. 'c' means argument configuration 'v' means argument visibility

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

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Diwakar said: (Oct 6, 2010)  
Tell me about command line argument.

Ajay said: (Oct 8, 2010)  
How can you say that the command line argv & argc are stand for this type of answer?

Msquarme said: (Nov 8, 2010)  
This is not true for such programming and will not support the ansi c programming language.

Shailja said: (May 7, 2011)  
Tell me about command line argument.

Vinod Thete said: (Aug 8, 2011)  
What is the use of argc and argv?

Niraj said: (Sep 4, 2011)  
argc -----number of argument.
argv------argument
if u run the program as "prog a b c"

argc==4

argv[0]=prog(executable file)
argv[1]=a
and so on.......

Suji Shri said: (Jul 26, 2012)  
Command-line arguments are given after the name of a program in command-line OS like DOS or Linux, and are passed in to the program from the OS. To use command line arguments in your program, you must understand the full declaration of the main(), which previously has accepted no arguments.

Pravin said: (Jan 30, 2015)  
Will you please provide the elaboration of Command Line Argument with Suitable Ex?

Ranjith Karthick said: (Aug 6, 2015)  
What is the necessity to use command line arguments in C?

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