VFP stores in an EXE/DLL information about what runtime DLL is required to run it.
|This is sample code. Add error handling and adjust to your requirements as necessary.|
1 2 3 ? VfpVersionFromExeOrDll("C:\Program Files\My Company\MyVfpApplication.exe") ? VfpVersionFromExeOrDll("X:\Somefolder\MyVfpDll.dll")
Passing command-line parameters from Windows to VFP created EXE is different from passing parameters to VFP programs or functions in VFP application:
- All parameters are passed to EXE as strings
- Parameters should not be enclosed in single quotes because quotes will be treated as part of parameter
- Parameters with spaces can be enclosed in double quotes
- Parameters are separated by spaces not commas