Provides access to the unnamed arguments from the command line.
The WshUnnamed object is a read-only collection that is returned by the Unnamed property of the WshArguments object. Individual argument values are retrieved from this collection using zero-based indexes. Two of the WshArguments object's properties are filtered arguments collections — one contains the named arguments (the WshNamed object), the other contains the unnamed arguments (the WshUnnamed object). In total, this gives you three ways to access sets of command-line arguments.
You can access the entire set of arguments (those with and without names) with the WshArguments object.
You can access the arguments that have names with the WshNamed object.
You can access the arguments that have no names with the WshUnnamed object.
The following code displays the number of named and unnamed command-line arguments.
<package> <job id="JS"> <script language="JScript"> var argsNamed = WScript.Arguments.Named; var argsUnnamed = WScript.Arguments.Unnamed; WScript.Echo("There are " + argsNamed.length + " named arguments."); WScript.Echo("There are " + argsUnnamed.length + " unnamed arguments."); </script> </job> <job id="VBS"> <script language="VBScript"> Dim argsNamed, argsUnnamed Set argsNamed = WScript.Arguments.Named Set argsUnnamed = WScript.Arguments.Unnamed WScript.Echo "There are " & argsNamed.Count & " named arguments." WScript.Echo "There are " & argsUnnamed.Count & " unnamed arguments." </script> </job> </package>