How do I run a program with commandline arguments using GDB within a Bash script

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When running a program on GDB, usually, the arguments for the program are given at the run command. Is there a way to run the program using GDB and as well as give arguments within a shell script?

I saw an answer in a related question, mentioning that we can attach GDB to the program after the script starts executing. But then I will have to 'wait' the program.

Is there another way to do this?
Jun 21 in Linux Administration by Korak
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