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The ability to accept and handle command line arguments is very important when writing Guile scripts to solve particular problems, such as extracting information from text files or interfacing with existing command line applications. This chapter describes how Guile makes command line arguments available to a Guile script, and the utilities that Guile provides to help with the processing of command line arguments.
10.1 Using Command Line Arguments Using command line arguments. 10.2 The (ice-9 getopt-long) Module The (ice-9 getopt-long) module.
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