Pnyx can be used from a terminal window on Linux / Mac, or from CMD.exe on Windows. When using from Windows, however, its shell is limited compared to the Unix based systems. One of those limitations is the handling of parameters. When parameters contain reserved characters, like spaces, they must be quoted. Windows only supports double quotes, which makes including C# strings a little awkward.
pncswith a C# line containing a string literal, like:
pncs -i 'readString("hello world");'
pncs -i "readString(""hello world"");"
pncsfiles (C# script). Using files may be a little extra effort, but there is no difference in the syntax between Linux and Windows for
pncsfiles. See Usage for more information on