I use python to create my project settings setup, but I need help getting the command line arguments.
I tried this on the terminal:
$python myfile.py var1 var2 var3
In my Python file, I want to use all variables that are input.
You can use sys.argv to get the arguments as a list.
If you need to access individual elements you can use:
where i is the index 0 that will give you the python filename being executed. Any index after that are the arguments passed.
More specifically, if you run python example.py one two three:
>>> import sys
['example.py', 'one', 'two', 'three']
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