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    Question Using Global Strings in a command line

    Hello, I'm trying to use Global Strings in a command line. With the File Object. Example:
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    "-p1 Global String A -p1.color 7 -p2 EvilRyu -p2.ai 1 -p2.color 4 -rounds 2 -s Path-2 -log match.def"
    I can't seem to put the global string there correctly. I just get syntax errors. If there was a way, help would be appreciated.

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    Looks like something I would see when running M.U.G.E.N. Didn't think you could load/run that stuff in CTF because different operations. :-/

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    I used the -log parameter to tell me who won a match. It outputs a file with information on the match. Here is an example of such files.
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    [Match 1]
    totalmatches = 1
    team1.1 = 
    team2.1 = 
    stage = stages/stage0-720.def
    
    [Match 1 Round 1]
    winningteam = 2
    timeleft = 95.82
    p1.name = Evil Ryu
    p1.life = 0
    p1.power = 58
    p2.name = Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku
    p2.life = 1
    p2.power = 84
    
    [Match 1 Round 2]
    winningteam = 2
    timeleft = 99.25
    p1.name = Evil Ryu
    p1.life = 0
    p1.power = 71
    p2.name = Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku
    p2.life = 1
    p2.power = 130

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    So I did some more research. What you actually have to do is "+Alterable String A+". Where ever you want in the command line.
    So it would be like this:
    Code:
    "-p1 "+Global String A+" -p1.color 7 -p2 EvilRyu -p2.ai 1 -p2.color 4 -rounds 2 -s Path-2 -log match.def"

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