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The first 2 commands give the identical results as your example.

You sure?

The only thing I am aware of that could be affecting this, is if the ftype were set wrong. For example, if the ftype were set as:

Perl="c:\perl64\bin\perl.exe" "%1"

That would disable the passing of arguments:

C:\test>type #! perl -slw use strict; print for @ARGV; C:\test>ftype Perl Perl="c:\perl64\bin\perl.exe" "%1" C:\test>argtest 1 2 3 4 5 ### NOTE ### no args printed becau +se %* is missing above. C:\test>ftype Perl="c:\perl64\bin\perl.exe" "%1" %* Perl="c:\perl64\bin\perl.exe" "%1" %* C:\test>argtest 1 2 3 4 5 ### NOTE ### Now it works. 1 2 3 4 5

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In reply to Re^3: Command line arguments not passed in Win7 by BrowserUk
in thread Command line arguments not passed in Win7 by hsfrey

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