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Command Line - Only put if value isn't null


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I'm trying to figure out a command line and am not finding a way to do it.


I have a commandline variable called Mod. The template for it is ?Mod=<mod values>


I only want ?Mod= to be put into the predefined commandline, if Mod actually has a value besides blank.


Is there a way to do this?

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