Command Line

  • (noun): Commands that a user types in in order to run an application.

Some articles on command, command line:

... software framework specialised for bioinformatics programs with command-line interface ... It includes a module for running command-line programs as Web Services jobs and provides support to generate Java Web Services web applications for them ... single interface when accessing any Soaplab Web Services regardless of the command line interface of underlying programs ...
Amiga Hunk - Metadata
... and can be viewed as standalone file through command line interfaces of Amiga such as AmigaShell, or using third party filemanagers or directory ... or 8192 or 16384 or more bytes of RAM) and even the arguments that could be invoked by using a command line interface ... obtained by invoking the productivity software into a command line interface by typing "nameofproductivitysoftware /screen800x600 /depth8" ...
SVNKit - Command Line Client
... Part of SVNKit library is a command line Subversion client implemented on top of SVNKit ... is compatible with the native Subversion command line client and may be used in environments where it is not possible to install native Subversion or from within applications (e.g ...
List Of Features Removed In Windows Vista - Windows Applications and Features
... Windows Vista Backup does not have all the features and command line parameters supported by NTBackup ... to manually specify which drives to defragment from the GUI without using the command line defrag.exe utility ... Certain command line switches for System Information (MSInfo32) are not supported ...
Send Email
... sendEmail is a command-line outgoing e-mail SMTP client ... It is used for sending e-mails from the command line, and can therefore be easily embedded into other applications or scripts ... and reply-to addresses, recipients, message body, subject and attachments) are specified as command-line arguments, as well as other parameters (such as the SMTP server name, user and password for SMTP account ...

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