Call this member function to parse the command line and send the parameters, one at a time, to CCommandLineInfo::ParseParam.
When you start a new MFC project using the Application Wizard, the Application Wizard will create a local instance of CCommandLineInfo, and then call ProcessShellCommand and ParseCommandLine in the InitInstance member function. A command line follows the route described below:
After being created in InitInstance, the CCommandLineInfo object is passed to ParseCommandLine.
ParseCommandLine then calls CCommandLineInfo::ParseParam repeatedly, once for each parameter.
ParseParam fills the CCommandLineInfo object, which is then passed to ProcessShellCommand.
ProcessShellCommand handles the command-line arguments and flags.
Note that you can call ParseCommandLine directly as needed.
For a description of the command-line flags, see CCommandLineInfo::m_nShellCommand.