Preprocessor Directives

Abstract

The source code specifies the definition of a program. The preprocessor directives instruct the compiler how to treat the source code. For example, under certain conditions, you might want the compiler to ignore portions of the code, and under other conditions, you might want that code compiled. The preprocessor directives give you those options and several others.

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© Daniel Solis 2006

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