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How To Pass Command-Line Values to a Python Script

Use argparse to define script values

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Python provides a native library for passing command-line values to scripts called argparse. With argparse, we can include variable values in the execution command instead of using input() to request the value mid-execution. This saves us time and more importantly allows script execution lines to be saved and…

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