- n. computing program that processes its input data to produce output that is used as input to another program
- From pre- + processor. (Wiktionary)
“#include is known as a preprocessor directive, which is used to load files .. indicate the start and end of file name to be loaded .. you can use "" quotes too instead of”
“What about something like a #pragma preprocessor that would involve a string so that when the user uploaded the code to LP, LP would recognize it and enable Rosetta translations automatically?”
“Also, maybe I could write a preprocessor to replace any comments with white space.”
“It requires some additional coding, but with using of some cleverly preprocessor symbols, the C preprocessor can be used to do most of the work.”
“Whereas in C, you can't define anything that looks like if bar a few limited hacks with the preprocessor.”
“For now it can only be a powerful preprocessor for writing scores in OpusTeX.”
“In April 2007, Gregorio reached a certain maturity and can start to be used, at least its command line interface, as a preprocessor for OpusTeX.”
“The "COMMAND" C preprocessor variable within the C program source should also be changed to reflect the appropriate renamed system binary.”
“Some examples of individual achievements include Regional Manager (have more than 10 regions in a single class), Close To The Metal (use 5 preprocessor directives), Stubby (generate method stubs 10 times) or Interrupting Cow(have 10 breakpoints in a file).”
“Basically as we all know Kernel code is compiled with gcc not and not having support for C++, then why C++ preprocessor thing is present here.”
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