Nah. The logic (fear) is that the comments contain the answer.
So let's investigate. Would we lose anything important?
Question: What are some examples of questions which would be roomba-ed if it weren't for the 'has 1 or 0 comments' requirement, which have important answers in the comments?
I modified a a Data Explorer query, and went through many such questions for Stack Overflow. One thing is clear... answers-in-comments are quite hard to find. (Although I'm not a Stack Overflow expert.)
I've now checked at least 100 such questions (over various years), and closest I've found thus far:
The specific answer to your question is that you can't do what you want; when you run a program from within Sublime, the stdin of the running process is not connected to anything, so you can't pass it input. You need to run what you're doing externally or use something like SublimeREPL to simulate what you're trying to do.
OP: ... Yesterday has my first contact with GMLib, and to start (the demos is for a high Delphi version than mine so I can't use them) I found a tutorial where the instructions tell me to change the property IntervalEvents of the Map Component to 0, and on the event AfterPageLoaded put the code GMMap1.DoMap. But now in you demo I see and understand this properties and so "First" parameter of the Event to avoid reloads of the map. ...
I'm not even sure if these count at answers (which is probably why they're comments).