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what is "argc" and "argv[]" in systemc?

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I don't know what is "argc" and "argv []" , Can you explain about this?And when does it change ?

#include "systemc.h"

int sc_main (int argc, char* argv[]) {
  cout<<"Value of argc="<<argc<<endl;
  cout <<"Value of argc[]="<<hex<<argc<<endl;
  return 0;
}

 

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Doesn't make as much sense to those who use Windows and Visual Studio. Much more understandable if you use Linux.

Tip: You can access those two arguments from anywhere in your SystemC design using the two functions: sc_argc() and sc_argv(), which are in the sc_core namespace. Keep in mind that they only provide access to c_str values. If you want to interpret a numeric value from the command-line, you will need to convert it yourself.

 

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