input_program.py - python get the command line arguments...

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#! python # get the command line arguments import sys lines = [] lines.append('Command line arguments:') #for loops - checking arguments to see if there is -o, -t, or -h for index in range(len( sys.argv )): #giving index to every argument if sys.argv[index]=='-o': #looks for index that is -o lines.append("option 1: "+ sys.argv[index+1]) #append string option 1: and argument after that index for index in range(len( sys.argv )): if sys.argv[index]=='-t': lines.append("option 2: "+ sys.argv[index+1])
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  • Spring '16
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