|If you read the documentation[^] it explains that any parameter that uses a
/ prefix is a flag parameter, all others are non-flag. Command line parameters are separated by spaces and have always been treated in this way since the early days of Unix and C. Within your application you can choose to apply the meaning of
/myflag to the next parameter in sequence but that is something that your app needs to be coded for.
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