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When I use a comma in some command arguments, I get an error message indicating that there are invalid arguments. Why?
Robo-FTP interprets commas the same as spaces. As a result, an argument with a comma is interpreted as two separate arguments (as if there had been a space between them).
The work around for this is to enclose the argument in quotations, which causes Robo-FTP to include both commas and spaces in the input string.
For example, if you use the
FTPLOGON command, and use the argument
/pw=pass,word then Robo-FTP will see this as two arguments.
"/pw=pass" is a valid argument, but "word" is not.
If you use the argument
/pw="pass,word" then Robo-FTP will read the entire string (pass,word) as the password for the login command.
Article last updated: 2016-06-16
Tags: Robo-FTP, Script Commands