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Posts containing: macro

08. Nov 2003: Re: End-of-the-week fun by Rob W...
21. Mar 2006: Re: Storing macro param? by Luke ...
24. May 2007: Re: Passing templated types as parameter to macro by Sylve...
20. Mar 2006: Storing macro param? by Imre ...
24. May 2007: Passing templated types as parameter to macro by marti...
14. Sep 2007: Re: MACRO and template with two ( or more ) parameters by Barry...
24. May 2007: Re: Passing templated types as parameter to macro by ricec...
08. Nov 2004: Re: syntax of stringizing macro by Victo...
14. Sep 2007: Re: MACRO and template with two ( or more ) parameters by Chris...
30. Apr 2004: Re: Compiler identification macro? by Russe...
14. Sep 2007: Re: MACRO and template with two ( or more ) parameters by Barry...
28. Aug 2003: Re: Understanding macros by Agent...
24. May 2007: Re: Passing templated types as parameter to macro by marti...
20. Mar 2006: Re: Storing macro param? by Imre ...
03. Sep 2003: Re: C preprocessor function macros with empty aguments by Sabya...
24. May 2007: Re: Passing templated types as parameter to macro by ricec...
18. Jan 2005: Re: undefine all macros from a file by Jonat...
04. Apr 2005: Re: Compile typedef-ed substrings by mrste...
11. Aug 2003: Re: C++: Macros by Kevin...
23. Apr 2006: Functions inside Macro Curly brace by krbyx...
14. Aug 2004: Re: Boost Workshop at OOPSLA 2004 by Paul ...
20. Mar 2006: Re: Storing macro param? by Phlip...
18. Mar 2006: Re: Preprocessor magic needed by Paul ...
10. Mar 2008: Re: How to debug a macro by Gerha...
18. Dec 2006: Re: inline functions by Victo...
29. Jun 2008: Re: How to debug macro? by Greg ...
30. Jun 2008: Re: How to debug macro? by Peng ...
16. Dec 2006: Re: inline functions by bjere...
16. Feb 2005: Re: Determining whether a macro has been defined by Andre...
09. Feb 2005: Getting a function pointer to an instance of a template by arast...
14. Sep 2007: Re: MACRO and template with two ( or more ) parameters by Chris...
02. Nov 2006: Re: Avoiding evil macros by Phlip...
14. Sep 2007: Simple Macro Function Pointer Trick... by Chris...
16. Aug 2006: Re: difference between templates and macros by Ian C...
29. Jun 2008: Re: How to debug macro? by Kai-U...
29. Oct 2009: Re: is LISP the ultimate prgram language? by James...
03. Nov 2006: Re: Avoiding evil macros by Giann...
28. Jun 2008: How to debug macro? by Peng ...
17. Aug 2006: Re: difference between templates and macros by San s...
18. Mar 2006: Re: Preprocessor magic needed by Bob H...
14. Sep 2007: Re: MACRO and template with two ( or more ) parameters by Chris...
02. Sep 2003: Re: C preprocessor function macros with empty aguments by Jarno...
23. Jun 2012: Re: macro expansion vs replacement by Pavel...
14. Mar 2006: the replacement rules of the macro? by XHeng...
19. Sep 2004: Re: #define vs. const by JKop ...
28. Oct 2009: Re: is LISP the ultimate prgram language? by ram a...
14. Mar 2006: Re: the replacement rules of the macro? by Victo...
25. Apr 2008: Re: ctype & cctype in transform by Pete ...
18. Dec 2006: Re: inline functions by bjere...
30. Jan 2009: Re: macro define by Maxim...
29. Dec 2005: Re: "Die" class by deane...
24. Apr 2008: Re: ctype & cctype in transform by Taras...
14. Sep 2007: Re: MACRO and template with two ( or more ) parameters by Barry...
30. Jan 2009: macro define by Jung,...
28. Mar 2005: Re: Teaching new tricks to an old dog (C++ -->Ada) by jayes...
10. Feb 2005: Re: Getting a function pointer to an instance of a... by Victo...
17. Apr 2004: Re: Index a #define string by Paul ...
21. Mar 2006: Re: Storing macro param? by Phlip...
24. Apr 2008: Re: ctype & cctype in transform by Pete ...
13. Mar 2009: Re: Necessity of multi-level error propogation by Alf P...
27. Mar 2005: Re: Teaching new tricks to an old dog (C++ -->Ada) by Paul ...
10. Oct 2006: Re: reverse bit order by Frede...
06. Jan 2009: Re: "#define" vs "const int" by Noah ...
16. Aug 2006: Re: difference between templates and macros by ricec...
23. Apr 2006: Re: Functions inside Macro Curly brace by krbyx...
28. Nov 2008: Re: Types through a macro by Andre...
18. Feb 2008: Re: Macro, Polymorphism by Ian C...
15. Mar 2006: Re: the replacement rules of the macro? by Sebas...
18. Nov 2013: Re: Good way to write integer overflow checks? by =?UTF...
18. Jul 2005: Re: Why do{}while(0) in #MACROS? by red f...
15. Sep 2007: Re: Simple Macro Function Pointer Trick... by James...
20. Dec 2006: Re: inline functions by bjere...
29. Aug 2003: Re: Understanding macros by Jack ...
25. Apr 2008: Re: ctype & cctype in transform by James...
18. Apr 2004: Re: Index a #define string by Paul ...
28. Nov 2008: Types through a macro by Kaba ...
17. Feb 2008: Macro, Polymorphism by D Sus...
24. Apr 2008: Re: ctype & cctype in transform by Taras...
14. Aug 2004: Re: Boost Workshop at OOPSLA 2004 by David...
16. Feb 2005: Determining whether a macro has been defined by BigMa...
18. Apr 2004: Re: Index a #define string by Ioann...
17. Nov 2013: Re: Good way to write integer overflow checks? by Genna...
07. May 2006: Re: Should We Use Macros in C++ Programming ? by qians...
29. Mar 2005: Re: Teaching new tricks to an old dog (C++ -->Ada) by Paul ...
27. Mar 2012: Re: macro definition for different compile configurations by Qi no...
28. Oct 2009: Re: is LISP the ultimate prgram language? by Jerry...
02. Nov 2009: Re: token concatenation macro by Bart ...
21. Aug 2008: Re: error: function is taken as an micro by Lione...
30. Jan 2009: Re: macro define by Victo...
08. Nov 2004: Re: syntax of stringizing macro by names...
17. Aug 2006: Re: difference between templates and macros by wkara...
17. Apr 2004: Re: Index a #define string by Paul ...
19. Sep 2004: Re: #define vs. const by Chris...
24. Apr 2006: Re: Functions inside Macro Curly brace by Alf P...
19. Dec 2006: Re: inline functions by Victo...
19. Sep 2004: Re: #define vs. const by Ivan ...
27. Jul 2006: Re: Can i create a constructor in a data structure? by Kai-U...
21. Apr 2010: Macro, make wide string literal by Jim K...
23. Jun 2012: Re: macro expansion vs replacement by Victo...
14. Oct 2004: Re: Macro Destroyer by Steve...