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Re: something iteresting

From: Bob Proulx
Subject: Re: something iteresting
Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2005 11:12:41 -0700
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Your message is all very interesting.  But you sent your message to
the bug-coreutils mailing list.  We don't maintain gcc here and
neither is this a C language mentoring forum.  It would be better if
you asked your question in a better forum for the topic.  You probably
wanted the address@hidden mailing list for asking for gcc help.

However your question is just a basic C question and probably one of
the C language newsgroups such as comp.lang.c would be best.  In any
case be sure to review the FAQ to see if your question is there.


Good luck!

Shyjumon wrote:
> Hello sir,
> At first let me thank you people for making a wonderful compiler for all
> the programmers working in C on Linux.
> Yesterday I found a problem while developing a specific application. I
> don't know is it bug or something but I just want to know why it is
> implemented like the way it behaves.
> I am enclosing the code below.
> main()        
> {
> #if('l') + #if('k')
>         printf("yes!! i can\n");
> #endif
> }
> It is working perfectly in my GCC compiler and not in other compilers.
> In my view the preprocessor is evaluating like an expression.
> And if have not given the + operator,
>  it is giving me error that "missing binary operator"
> I hope now the problem is clear to you.
> And the thing is very much critical for us, we are working a
> preprocessor for mobile application solutions.
> So I request you to kindly give some suggestions in this regard.
> Thanking you.
> Yours truly,
> Shyjumon N
> Software Engineer
> Mob: +91 9945006965
> Cranes Software International Ltd
> Bnagalore, India.
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