Revision history for KeyPgOpPpStringize


Revision [21056]

Last edited on 2016-03-13 08:32:57 by fxm [Formatting]
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Revision [20407]

Edited on 2016-02-10 16:05:26 by DkLwikki [Update link format]
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- [[CatPgPreProcess|Preprocessor]]
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- [[CatPgPreProcess Preprocessor]]


Revision [14251]

Edited on 2009-08-23 23:22:11 by CountingPine [Note formatting]
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~&//Note: because of this feature, care should be taken when using file-handling statements in a macro. Because of potential ambiguity with file-handling statements that take a "##**#**//filenum//##" parameter, if ##//filenum//## is one of the macro parameters, it may be necessary to wrap the ##//filenum//## expression in parenthesis (e.g. "##**#**(//filenum//)##"), to separate it from the ##**#**## sign. Otherwise, ##//filenum//## will be stringized in the macro.//
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Note: because of this feature, care should be taken when using file-handling statements ina macro. Because of potential ambiguity with file-handling statements that take a "##**#** //filenum//##" parameter, if ##//filenum//## is one of the macro parameters, it may be necessary to wrap the ##//filenum//## expression in parenthesis (e.g. "##**#** (//filenum//)##"), to separate it from the ##**#**## sign. Otherwise, ##//filenum//## will be stringized in the macro.


Revision [14164]

Edited on 2009-06-15 04:09:02 by CountingPine [Ambiguity warning]
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This operator converts the ##//macro_argument//## into a string whose value is the name of the argument. This substitution is made during the macro expansion, previous to compilation.
Note: because of this feature, care should be taken when using file-handling statements ina macro. Because of potential ambiguity with file-handling statements that take a "##**#** //filenum//##" parameter, if ##//filenum//## is one of the macro parameters, it may be necessary to wrap the ##//filenum//## expression in parenthesis (e.g. "##**#** (//filenum//)##"), to separate it from the ##**#**## sign. Otherwise, ##//filenum//## will be stringized in the macro.
- New to ""FreeBASIC""
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This operator converts the ##//macro_argument//## into a string whose value is the name of the argument. This substitution is made during the macro expansion, previous to compilation.
- New to FreeBASIC


Revision [13268]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2008-04-26 14:12:42 by JeffMarshall [Ambiguity warning]
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