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Shebang usage? Windows "open with?"

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Well, as you might have seen, I am working on a scripting language. I am just curious, how one would use the shebang on POSIX systems, or "open with" on the various windows. I know that something like: #!/bin/env python2.2 can be used to make a script use that interpretor, how does the interpretor understand that it is being called via the shebang? Is there any keywords I should search for on Google? Thank you. -=- "Boy? Girl? It does not matter, all that matters is power, and beauty is power. I am beautiful, so I have power and that is all that matters." Got Immortality?

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I would be guessing that there is a hidden command line argument, much like the ''this'' pointer in C++ classes, or the application path argument in the windows command line.

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