Python sys.argv

I want to take arguments with sys and do some operations but it is not clear how many arguments to write so how can I get all of them
can I use *

Look in the documentation.
Also that’s a very unspedific question. sys is a library, no idea what “arguments” you want to take with that.

sys.argv is a list containing all the arguments, with the program name in sys.argv[0]. You can access the values in the same way you would any python list.


I’ll take binary numbers and convert them to decimal numbers.
I will run it from terminal like this:
python3 “decimal_file” 11000 010011000…
I want to enter as many numbers as desired, so sys.argv[?] for me

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