Passing commandline parameters/arguments

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You can now pass commandline arguments to any launched program by typing "++ any args here" at the end of your search string.


For example:


ping.exe ++ -n 2



Note1: you dont actually need the space AFTER the ++ but you do need it before the ++.
Note2: you can use this ++ method both on programs launched via explicit directory browsing, and on those contained within alias results.
Note3: ++ specified arguments will be ADDED to any existing arguments, so you can combine them.
Note4: An alias can even specify WHERE exactly in the argument list they should go by using %comlineargs% in the launch string.  This makes the ++ technique a very simple way of passing optional info to a non-regular expression alias.